How we're investing in Plymouth

Investing in Plymouth

£183.6m will be spent on providing more than 300 services for Plymouth residents over the next year

History in the making

Work has started on building a world class attraction that celebrates Plymouth's amazing history and culture

£417 million will be invested in Plymouth over the next five years through our capital programme, this investment, funded through income from Council assets, value for money loans and grant funding, will create jobs, improve roads, support young people, attract investment and make Plymouth a safe and enjoyable place to live

£1 million is being invested in keeping the Hoe foreshore safe

£10 million will pave the way for Millbay Boulevard, supporting new jobs and homes

£3.5 million is being invested in modernising the City Market to help revitalise the West End

£27 million is being invested in transforming the look and feel of the city centre, the project will link in with major developments in the city centre, making it easier to get around and attracting new shops and businesses

133 jobs are being created in the first phase of Oceansgate, our flagship marine development in South Yard, it will also support 70 construction jobs

£15.7 million will help deliver the George to Woolwell scheme to provide extra capacity in a notorious congestion spot

£8.3 million is being invested in extending and improving Plymouth's cycle network

£43.6 million will help deliver the Northern Corridor transport schemes to make journeys quicker and safer

£20 million is being invested in improving the condition of Plymouth's roads

£40 million is being invested in improving the railway station and providing a better entrance to Plymouth