Plymouth has been named as one of just eight places in England to be a Freeport (Image: Red Air Drones Aerial Media LTD)


Interesting article in Plymouthherald.co.uk

A full business case for Plymouth’s tax-break freeport is due to be submitted to the Government in April explaining how it aims to create 3,500 jobs and pump £400m into the region’s economy. The Plymouth and South Devon freeport is expected to provide thousands of direct jobs across Plymouth, Devon and the South Hams and see £100m invested in its first two years.

Read full article here: Plymouth freeport business case to be considered by Government in April – Plymouth Live (plymouthherald.co.uk)