Land & Property Team
Dept of Development
Plymouth City Council
Plymouth PL1 2AA
Our operational portfolio comprises of just over 500 assets. These are assets that are held and utilised by the Authority for the direct delivery of services for which it has either a statutory or discretionary responsibility. Examples include:
- Offices and depots.
- Museum, libraries, guildhalls and historic buildings.
- Social Services residential accommodation homes.
- Sports centres, pools and other leisure facilities.
- Adult education, community & youth centres.
- Crematoria, registry offices.
- Car parks & transport facilities.
- Park shelters, park lodges, pavilions and storage buildings.
- Public toilets and changing rooms.
Our commercial estate comprises a diverse range of property including industrial estates, retail units, offices, and leisure properties, with a total capital value of £125m producing approximately £8m of rental income.
We manage 114 industrial units located at Belliver, Devonport, Millbay, Newnham, and Parkway, ranging in size from 600 to 6,500 sq ft, together with 45 retail units located primarily on the periphery of the city centre, ranging in size from 160 to 1,100 sq ft with vacancies occasionally arising.
We are also responsible for the management of Plymouth City Market in Frankfort Gate which has provided a focal point for local traders and shoppers for almost fifty years, with over 100 stalls selling a diverse range of local produce.
For further information on Commercial properties, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01752 304161.
We produce monthly commercial property registers to help interested parties identify suitable commercial sites and premises. The registers include Council and private sector options, and can be downloaded from our commercial property search page.
For a hard copy of the register, please call the Economic Development Team on 01752 307794 or email email@example.com.
Community asset transfer
Community asset transfer is about giving local people and community groups greater control in the future of their area and their community in line with promoting the Council’s Co-operative agenda. If local groups own or manage Council owned community buildings and land, such as community centres, rugby pitches, allotments or changing rooms for example, it will help foster a sense of belonging and bring together people from different backgrounds. Community ownership of buildings can also play a part in raising local people’s aspirations, in enhancing the local economy, environment and have the capacity to strengthen the community, voluntary and social enterprise sector.
The Community Asset Transfer Policy sets out
- who can apply for a community transfer
- how to apply for a community transfer
- the basis of transfer
- how the Council will assess each application.
Download and read the Community Asset Transfer Policy [PDF, 153KB]
Land and property list
Download and read the land and property list [CSV, 227KB]
The list includes:
- Organisation name & code
- Unique asset identity
- Property name
- Address including postcode where possible.
- Tenure (whether the councils interest is freehold or leasehold)
- Tenure category (Whether the asset is in use by the council, retained for community purposes or a commercial asset)
- Holding Type (land, building or both)
Open Government Licence
The land and property list is licenced under the Open Government Licence 2.0.
A full dataset version including GeoX, GeoY and UPRN derived from Ordnance Survey data can only be released for “using the data to respond to, or interact with the Licensor to deliver or support the delivery of the Licensor’s Core Business” due to OS licencing restrictions under a PSMA end user licence.
If you wish to use this data for any purpose other than supporting the delivery of the Licensor’s core business, then you should contact the Ordnance Survey or phone 03456 05 05 05 to discuss how they can help you with your requirements.
For a full dataset including GeoX, GeoY and UPRN please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your Ordnance Survey licence details and confirmation of your intentions with the data.