Coronavirus residents' update Friday 1 October
The Government has now set out its autumn/winter plan to tackle coronavirus.
New cases of Covid-19 are still high in Plymouth. Please remain cautious and remember the virus is still out there.
A booster vaccine dose is being offered to people most at risk from coronavirus. Anyone who is looking to get jabbed can find their nearest pop-up vaccination clinic by clicking here.
Coronavirus cases are likely to rise further still.
Click here for a free Covid-19 test.
Click here for some useful tips on how you can reduce the chance of catching and passing the virus on.
Government guidance is likely to change over the coming months. For the latest updates please keep an eye on: gov.uk/coronavirus
Plymouth City Council will collect bulk waste items
Bulky waste items such as old fridges, freezers, washing machines, tumble dryers, old carpet, even the kitchen sink can now be collected and disposed of again by the city council.
A booking portal is now open with collections beginning on Tuesday 19 October. residents will be able to dispose of four items for £25 and then £10 per item thereafter.
For more information please click here
Keep on top of your payments with my PCH
Remember you can pay your rent and check your balance 24/7 using the MYPCH online portal.
In just a few clicks you can keep on top of all your rent payments.
If you’re new to MYPCH, it only takes a few minutes to register. All you need is your 8-digit payment reference number which is shown on your rent statement or on your payment card.
Weather warning: heavy rain!
A wet weekend is on the cards as torrential rain is expected for most of Saturday.
As autumn arrives the leaves are already beginning to fall from the trees, so please try and keep drains clear to prevent a blockage.
If you experience any issues with the predicted downpour, please contact our repairs team via the online portal. Or, call our contact centre on 0808 230 6500 (7am to 8pm Monday to Friday).