Devon and Cornwall Constabulary
Reducing crime, and the fear of crime, in Plymouth.
Plymouth Community Homes
A not-for-profit housing association, created to take over the ownership and management of Council homes in Plymouth.
Providing a wide range of acute and general hospital services to people of all ages.
The Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce
A business organisation of roughly 750 members across the lower South Shore.
Adopt South West
Adopt South West is a new partnership of councils and charities working together to make the adoption process quicker and simpler.
Responsibility for place management, which includes taking a strategic approach to driving the visitor economy and collectively managing and marketing the city's retail and visitor offer.
For shopping, events and information about the city centre.
Providing support, advice and volunteers for people with disabilities and health and social care needs.
Plymouth Parent Partnership
Parent Partnership is a service that gives impartial and confidential support to parents and carers.
Plymouth Safeguarding Children Partnership
Information about how to make sure children and young people feel safe and cared for in Plymouth.
Plymouth Transport and Highways
A partnership between Plymouth City Council and Amey for the management and maintenance of Plymouth's roads.
Plymouth Waterfront Partnership
Plymouth Waterfront Partnership is a new organisation that sits alongside the City Centre Company within the umbrella framework of Destination Plymouth.
Information on the rivers Tamar, Tavy, Lynher, Plym and Plymouth Sound.
South West Devon Waste Partnership (SWDWP)
A collaboration between Plymouth City Council, Devon County Council and Torbay Council to deliver a sustainable long-term waste treatment solution.
Jointly owned and run
Mount Edgcumbe House is the former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe. Set in Grade I Cornish Gardens within 865 acres Country Park on the Rame Peninsula, South East Cornwall.
Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry
A local government committee formed by five councillors from each of the two Joint Authorities, Plymouth City Council and Cornwall Council.