The Plymouth Plan


Strategic Objective 3

Delivering the international city

To enhance Plymouth’s profile as an international city where the city projects itself to people who might invest, study or visit the city; to encourage and support Plymouth’s businesses to engage in trading terms in an increasingly global market place; and to ensure the city fulfils its potential as a distinctive, dynamic, cultural centre of international renown.

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Primary Indicator B
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Helping us measure SO3 – Delivering the international city in the Plymouth Plan

Plymouth is internationally renowned as a leading UK tourist destination

Primary Indicator A
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Helping us measure SO3 – Delivering the international city in the Plymouth Plan

Plymouth continues to improve its diverse cultural and sporting experience with great venues, major events, good food and hospitality offer

Primary Indicator A
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Helping us measure SO3 – Delivering the international city in the Plymouth Plan

Plymouth continues to improve its diverse cultural and sporting experience with great venues, major events, good food and hospitality offer

The Plymouth Plan

Our measures of success

A. Plymouth continues to improve its diverse cultural and sporting experience with great venues, major events, good food and hospitality offer
Primary Indicator: Residents’ view of Plymouth’s offer

B. Plymouth is internationally renowned as a leading UK tourist destination
Primary Indicator: Visitor numbers

C. Plymouth is recognised internationally for expertise in marine science and high technology manufacturing
Primary Indicator: Jobs in high-tech manufacturing and scientific research and development

D. Plymouth’s reputation for world class universities and research institutions continues to grow
Primary Indicator: Ranking of Plymouth’s universities

E. Plymouth’s reputation is strengthened as a welcoming, multicultural city where a broad range of partners promote the benefits of diversity
Primary Indicator: Percentage of residents who agree with the statement: ‘my local area is a place where people from different backgrounds get on well together’

The Plymouth Plan

Our policies for an international city

  • INT1: Implementing Britain’s Ocean City
  • INT2: Plymouth in the global market place
  • INT3: Positioning Plymouth as a major UK destination
  • INT4: Delivering a distinctive, dynamic cultural centre of regional, national and international renown
  • INT5: Celebrating Plymouth’s sporting excellence
  • INT6: Enhancing Plymouth’s ‘green city’ credentials
  • INT7: Supporting world class universities and research institutions
  • INT8: Celebrating diverse communities

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Primary Indicator C
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Helping us measure SO3 – Delivering the international city in the Plymouth Plan

Plymouth is recognised internationally for expertise in the marine science and high technology manufacturing sectors

Primary Indicator D
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Helping us measure SO3 – Delivering the international city in the Plymouth Plan

Plymouth’s reputation for world class universities and research institutions continues to grow

Primary Indicator E
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Helping us measure SO3 – Delivering the international city in the Plymouth Plan

Plymouth’s reputation is strengthened as a welcoming, multicultural city where a broad range of partners promote the benefits of diversity

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News

Save a new date for DATA Play 11

Published 24 February 2022
We’ve rescheduled DATA Play 11 to 7 April 2022 due to the coronavirus situation and on advice from Public Health.

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DATA Play 11: Climate emergency

Published 9 December 2021
Join us on 11 March 2022 for DATA Play 11 to look at how open data and technology can be used to help the climate emergency.

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Save the date for DATA Play 11

Published 8 December 2021
Join us on 11 March 2022 for DATA Play 11 to explore how data and technology can help the city’s challenges around the climate emergency.

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View the Plymouth Plan Annual Report

Published 23 July 2021
This annual report provides an overview of progress over the past year, for each of the different elements of the plan.

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Tune in tomorrow for the Climate Challenge live final

Published 2 December 2020
The top three projects will now be taking part in the LIVE final taking place on Thursday 3 December at 7pm…

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Join us for a Plymouth Climate Challenge live event

Published 26 September 2020
The top three supported projects will be awarded an additional £2,500 and be invited to the live event on Thursday 3 December…

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Progress on the delivery of the Plymouth Plan

Published 23 November 2020
We’ve added a new Plymouth Plan section with infographics to show our progress on the Plymouth Plan primary indicators…

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Competition time! Plymouth Climate Challenge LIVE

Published 24 September 2020
Plymouth City Council and Crowdfunder have teamed up to award £15,000 prize-funding to 10 climate emergency projects in the city…

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DATA Play 10 is here... looking back and forward

Published 1 November 2019
DATA Play 10 kicked off to a great start with some really interesting discussions around past and future challenges…

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DATA Play 10: Past, Present and Future

Published 12 November 2019
Join us on 1 November for DATA Play 10 to look back at past challenges and explore how data and technology can help in the future…

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