June 23, 2020

After the Government announcement today of a number of changes coming up from the July 4th, including Pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants being able to reopen, a new-style outdoor drinking and dining policy is being rolled out to give a much needed boost to Plymouth’s Wa...

June 15, 2020

From Monday 15th June, non-essential retailers, who are Covid-19 secure, will be able to reopen with safety measures in place.

To help attract customers, safely, think of the 'customer journey'. What steps they will take to find your business, come in and finish with a...

June 12, 2020

Waterfront BID members please follow the guidance below wherever possible:

• All businesses should take responsibility for outdoor queuing
• Do not allow your queue to encroach on another business
• Queues should run parallel to your building to allow maximum space for...

June 11, 2020

Plymouth City Council have released details about current travel on public transport. (June 2020)

People who travel in and out of the city will notice a few key changes as public transport services continue to adapt to measures brought in as a result of COVID-19.

Bus ser...

June 1, 2020

A package of measures designed to help businesses to re-open and to gently encourage customers back into Plymouth’s city centre and the Barbican is being unveiled.

Teams across the Council are working with the City Centre Company, Plymouth Waterfront Partnership, tran...

May 29, 2020

Small businesses in Plymouth can apply for a new Government Discretionary Grant from Monday 1 June.

The scheme, administered by Plymouth City Council, will help small businesses with less than 50 employees that have not been eligible for other grant funding (with the ex...

May 27, 2020

It’s clear to the PWP Board that the business impact of Covid-19 will require extraordinary measures to get the economy and our society back on its feet.

We’ve begun to think deeply about how your BID can support your business going forward. We need to support new innov...