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Plymouth’s businesses will now be able to apply for financial support to help get them through the current uncertainties created by the Covid-19 pandemic. Plymouth City Council is writing to all businesses eligible to receive...
Plymouth Science Park is continually working to the latest government guidelines in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Our priority is to ensure the safety of our tenants, colleagues and the wider community.
The majority of Plymouth Science Park staff are now working from home. Essential access is still available via security card admission and our virtual reception service is available between 8am and 4pm, to help with general enquiries and collection of post.
We have advised our tenants to follow the Government guidance and to work from home wherever possible.
We are also working as part of a local consortium with The University of Plymouth, Plymouth Art College, Plymouth City Council and liaising with Babcock International to provide hundreds of essential parts to support frontline NHS staff.
If you have any questions regarding Plymouth Science Park’s response to the pandemic, please contact Fay Davies on: 01752 772200 or [email protected]
For further updates please follow us on Twitter and Linkedin where we will continue to share news and updates from our tenant businesses.