Finding ways to protect our coastline
Professor Martin Attrill and Charles Clover, of the Blue Marine Foundation, write for the second Plymouth White Paper created by the office of Luke Pollard MP
Plymouth to write a new chapter in its history thanks to Heritage Lottery Fund grant
University of Plymouth news: Plymouth celebrates historic achievement scooping funding of £12.5m from the Heritage Lottery Fund to create major heritage and cultural attraction.
Marine Station provides new perspective on environmental education
Plymouth University news: £4 million Marine Station opens to provide one of the first shore-side teaching and research stations in UK higher education
Plymouth becomes the UK’s first Fab City
The University of Plymouth, Plymouth College of Art, Plymouth City Council and the Real Ideas Organisations have agreed to commit efforts and resources towards producing all the energy, food and products they consume
Commission opportunity uses film to explore Plymouth's heritage
Plymouth University news: Archive footage of Plymouth’s rich and varied past will be used to open a window on the city’s future as part of a new annual film commission being offered by Plymouth University and the South West Film and Television Archive
£10 million boost for South West businesses
Plymouth University news: Plymouth University and SWMAS Ltd, with its bidding partner South West Water (SWW), received a £10 million grant from the £47 million of Regional Growth Fund (RGF) funding for the South West.
Plymouth Manufacturers' Group (PMG)
Plymouth Manufacturers' Group is an informal network of manufacturing companies from across the Plymouth Travel to Work Area, giving our students real workplace experience, improving employability.
University of Plymouth Student life Magazine, issue 1: My Plymouth by Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow
Plymouth Area Business Council (PABC)
With more than 250 members who make a contribution to our city and region in their capacity as senior leaders, the Plymouth Area Business Council (PABC) keeps business and city leaders up-to-date with important changes in Plymouth.