Good news! The main pool at Mount Wise will reopen for lane swimming tomorrow (Saturday 8 August), having now passed the necessary water tests.
Faking an address in an effort to get a Plymouth resident’s parking permit for her student son has cost a Worcestershire woman £740 in court fines and costs.
A woman who sublet her Plymouth Community Homes property for around seven years has been ordered to pay £580 by Plymouth magistrates.
We’ve got some pretty strong signals that up to £10 million is on the way to help exciting Plymouth construction projects off the ground.
The Britain’s Ocean City Running Festival, which
Temporary signals will be in intermittent use on Forder Valley Road, near the BP service station, from Monday 3 August.
This is to allow underground investigations to take place, followed by works to support and strengthen the embankment.
The first tenant for the second phase of Plymouth City Council’s Oceansgate development, which is on course to be completed in December, has been announced.
The main pool at Mount Wise will unfortunately not reopen for lane swimming tomorrow (Saturday 1 August), as it has not passed the necessary microbiological water tests.
From an empty plot to raising the roof and installing solar panels - one of Plymouth’s Resurgam projects is making huge progress.
A damp and flood-prone part of Central Park is going to be turned in to a new ‘wetland’ complex.