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CONTACT

Mail :
Land & Property Team
Dept of Development
Plymouth City Council
Plymouth PL1 2AA
Phone :
01752 304161
Email :
landandproperty@plymouth.gov.uk
Fax :
01752 304925

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Land and property

Plymouth City Council

The Council has a wide variety of commercial land and property across the city, including the city centre. Information about what is currently available is on our land and property for sale or land and property to let pages.

Private sector

The private sector also offers a broad range of industrial, office and retail land and premises across the whole of the city.

Property registers and online search facility

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. An online search facility is also available.

For a hard copy of the register, please call the Economic Development Team on 01752 307794 or email invest@plymouth.gov.uk.

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 below 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.

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