Plymouth’s Royal William Yard is fast becoming one of the city’s top dog destinations. The Yard, developed by property firm Urban Splash, is steeped in military history and is home to the largest collection of Grade I Listed military buildings in Europe, but with its wealth of dog friendly establishments it also has found itself … Continue reading Plymouth’s Top Dog Friendly Destination
Royal William Yard springs into action this Easter Sunday for the return of the Good Food Market. Not only will the market showcase some of the best food and drink that the South West has to offer, there’s also fun for the whole family with the Easter Bonnet Competition. Over 30 stall holders from across … Continue reading Easter is sorted, join us this Sunday for a eggcellent market and a Easter Bonnet competition.
In our latest series of blog posts, we will be focusing on the heart of the Yard. Speaking to people who live, work and visit the Royal William Yard. Name: Edward Waite What do you do at the Royal William Yard? I am a cityscape painter. I am based in Lincolnshire but I visit the Yard for solo exhibitions … Continue reading 5 Minutes with Cityscape Artist Edward Waite…
The major works have now finished on the New Nursery Car Park and we are now only waiting for the grass to be seeded on the banks, this will undertaken in March. The new grass has to have the opportunity to grow and establish itself in the artificial surface in accordance with the manufacturers specification and guidance. Only at this point will it be able … Continue reading New Nursery Car Park
One of the country’s leading regeneration companies is to acquire the Civic Centre. Urban Splash – which has a track record of transforming concrete and listed buildings – will be sold the freehold of the Civic Centre. The company has helped transform the city’s Royal William Yard, taking it from a disused Naval supplies base to … Continue reading Urban Splash to purchase Plymouth’s Civic Centre