Plymouth City Council's Resurgam: Covid-19 Economic Recovery Plan was launched in May 2020 as a direct response to the unprecedented economic shock caused by the global pandemic.
It is a highly ambitious forward moving action plan to support the city's economic recovery, to reduce the impact of Covid-19 and to deliver a more equal, sustainable and prosperous city post Covid-19.
One of the six key pillars of the plan is Sector Action Plans. We are proud of our strong base of existing Plymouth partnerships across the 11 identified sectors and are working together to support each sector.
Each month the sector leads meet to update us on the current situation for each sector and the progress being made on their action plan for recovery and how we, Plymouth City Council, can support that action plan.
For September, updates were provided for the following sector hubs:
Plymouth City Council have won the Local Authority of the Year award in the 2021 Municipal Journal awards following a year like no other.
The Council has scooped the top award beating five other councils who were shortlisted for the prestigious awards organised by the trade bible for councils. Council Leader Nick Kelly, Deputy shadow leader Councillor Sue Dann and Chief Executive Tracey Lee were presented with the award by Ed Balls at a ceremony in London on Friday 17 September.