General

At the Wolseley Trust Tenancy terms have been designed to be flexible and uncomplicated, with an “easy in easy out” tenancy agreement. We offer free on site business advice and support available from Wolseley Community Development Trust staff and other agencies.

The details are summarised here:-

  • Two months rent as deposit will be required. The sum will be refunded at the time of vacation of the premises subject to a satisfactory inspection of the Unit.
  • Rent is due on the first day of each calendar month payable in advance by standing order or BACS Payment. 
  • A tenants contribution of £120.00 + VAT per annum is payable towards general landlords servicing costs.
  • Tenants will be liable for the costs relating to the provision of normal services to their units including: telephone, electricity, gas, water and sewerage charges; trade waste and Business Rates.
  • Tenants will be responsible for the repair and maintenance of internal aspects of their unit and will be expected to maintain the unit to a standard acceptable to WCEDT.
  • Internal modifications to units may be made at the tenant's cost and subject to prior written agreement with WCEDT.
  • Upon vacation of the premises, the tenant will be responsible for all costs associated with reinstating the unit to it's original specification.
  • One month's notice in writing by the tenant will be required on vacating a unit.  
  • Please Note: retail trade is not permitted on the Business Park.
  • Full details of costs and copies of the tenancy agreement and tenancy handbook are available on request.

Tenancy Terms are subject to change

For information on Wolseley Business Park please contact

Sharon Wood on 01752 203670 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Wolseley Trust Annual Fun Day

Our Annual Fun Day was held on Saturday 24th June 2017, it went very well and was enjoyed by all who attended (even though the weather wasn't on our side to start with).  The day had lots of fun activities including; a bouncy castle, tabletop sales, mini-games, Armed Forces themed dress up, refreshments, live music (North Prospect Choir and The Baracoodas) and a raffle - thanks to all who kindly donated a prize to us this year.  Mayflower Nursery - Mrs Tickle and some of the Nursery children came along to help with our Hook-A-Duck game which everyone enjoyed. We were also joined by Rob from Dartmoor Search and Rescue who brought along two of his search dogs (Honey and Toohey), one of which was in the training stage.  In the afternoon two local PCSO's, Andrew and Rose, were able to take time out from their busy schedule to visit us with a police car, which went down very well with the chilldren!  We would also like to thank the Healthwatch Team who came along with a mascot which was fantastic, the people of our local community who attended with items to sell, and of course to our tenents of courtyard 2 who kindly moved all of their vehicles to allow us to use the space for the day.

Please see some of the picture taken on the day below. 

 

    

  

     

    

     

 

 

Previous Events at the Wolseley Trust

2016 Christmas Festive Fayre

Our festive fayre was a day of great fun.  

We had a visit from Santa Claus our our Winter Wonderland grotto and also had entertainment fun from Wishy Washy as well as a Chrstmas Raffle.

 

     

   

     

     

  

 

Macmillan Cancer Support - Coffee Morning

On Friday 21st October 2016 the staff at the Wolseley Trust all made and donated cakes to sell in the Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre at a Macmillan Coffee Morning to raise some money and awareness for Macmillan Cancer Support. It was a very successful day and was enjoyed by all who took part, including those who bought a few slices! We raised a grant total of £153.00.

We will hopefully be again taking part next year so keep your eyes peeled for our posters and advertising for the day.

      

  

   

 

*NEW YOUTH GROUP*

As part of the Wolseley Trust's Youth & Community Activities Programme, we have started up a Youth Group that will run from the Wolseley Community Resource Building, behind the Co-op.

For more information please contact the Wolseley Office on 01752 607449.

 

Youth Group Poster

 

To download a PDF version of this poster please click here. 


 

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"A stepping stone to a healthier, happier you"

 

The Healthy Futures service works with 23 GP practices in Plymouth.  We work with patients who would like support to access activities and services in the community to improve their health and wellbeing. 

The surgeries we are working with are:

  • Adelaide Street Surgery
  • Budshead Medical Practice
  • Devonport Health Centre
  • Efford Medical Centre
  • Elm Surgery
  • Ernesettle Medical Centre
  • Friary House Surgery
  • Knowle House Surgery
  • Laira Surgery
  • Mannamead Surgery
  • Mount Gould Primary Care Centre
  • North Road West Medical Centre
  • Oakside Surgery
  • Peverell Park Surgery
  • Roborough Surgery
  • Southway Surgery
  • Stirling Road Surgery
  • St Levan Surgery
  • St Neots Surgery
  • Stoke Surgery
  • Trelawny Surgery
  • West Hoe Surgery
  • Wycliffe Surgery

The service is also available to people living in the Wolseley Trust’s area of benefit. Please click here to view our catchment area.

 

What we offer patients

  • If a patient would like some non-medical support, a referral can be made to Healthy Futures by their surgery, or a patient can refer themselves by getting in touch. 
  • The person referred will be invited to meet with a Link Worker.  They will listen them, help to identify what matters to the person and what type of support they would like. 
  • The Link Worker will work alongside the patient to create a plan to help them reach goals and improve wellbeing. 
  • The Link Worker will support the patient to access local organisations and activities.

For more information about what we can help with and how to be referred to the service, please download our leaflet here or phone 01752 203673.

 

What we offer Primary Care staff, Practices and PCNs

  • GP practice based social prescribing clinics with dedicated Link Workers working as part of practice teams.
  • An easy and flexible referral route.
  • Quarterly and annual feedback and reporting.
  • Trained link Workers who have completed relevant Bluestream modules, and are supported in their roles as part of a social prescribing team and with provision of clinical supervision.
  • ‘What is Social Prescribing’ training (half an hour) for all practice staff so they are able to confidently refer suitable patients.
  • Regular visits to practice meetings to update on the project and receive feedback to continue shaping our service.

Please click here to see a summery of what we achieved last year and contact Gemma Gowan on 01752 203670 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss the Wolseley Trust delivering Social Prescribing in your PCN/Practice.

  

Wolseley Trust Counselling Service

Our Counselling Service is available to people referred to Healthy Futures and offers counselling support alongside the practical support of social Prescribing following a referral from a link worker.  The service was developed when the need to access counselling quickly and for free was identified through patients referred to the service. 

The service is currently funded to support social prescribing patients registered with:

  • Devonport
  • Efford
  • Knowle House
  • Mannamead
  • Mount Gould
  • Roborough
  • Stirling Road Surgery
  • St Levan
  • St Neots
  • Stoke
  • Trelawny

The service is also available to people living in the Wolseley Trust’s area of benefit.  Please click here to view our Catchment Area.

Please click here to see our Counselling leaflet.

For more information about the counselling service, please contact the Healthy Futures office on 01752 203673 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

To see our GDPR privacy notice, please download it here.

 

History and Development

The Wolseley Trust has been delivering Social Prescribing in our area of benefit in partnership with local surgeries since 2012.  This service was funded by the Office for the Director of Public Health and the Wolseley Trust to meet the social needs of local people.  Up until 2017, the service had supported over 500 people.

The service expanded in 2018 following funding from Plymouth City Council and NHS England’s competitive Health and Wellbeing Fund.  The project grew to work with 23 surgeries across the city and enabled us to recruit 5 additional link workers, a community development worker and a counselling coordinator.  Our Counselling Coordinator oversees the counselling service and supervises volunteer counsellors, while our Community Development Worker enhances our knowledge and partnerships with local voluntary and community organisations which offer local social ‘prescriptions.’

We are so proud to have Get Up and Go Community Nursery as a community partner – an educational provider rated as Outstanding by Ofsted. It aims to focus on the social considerations that enable children in the community to reach their full potential, seeing itself as a social enterprise in every sense. And, in line with our aims of developing the community, three of the senior team have gained degrees in Early Childhood Studies and hold Early Years Professional Status (equivalent to teacher status).

The Wolseley Trust provides small grants for holiday care placements, a budget for healthy snacks, a larger grant to pilot the provision of an Additional Needs Worker, and initial funding that enabled Get Up and Go to apply for and secure a three-year grant from Children in Need.

Who we are by Vivian Hill, Nursery Manager

Get Up & Go Community Nursery is a thriving independent community business, providing childcare and education to local children aged two to four years as well as offering opportunities of employment and work experience. Nearing its twentieth year of operating within the Wolseley Trust Community Resource Building, the setting has supported many children and families in the community with care, respect, inclusion and equality at the forefront of our practice.  Get Up & Go Community Nursery is led by three “home grown” graduates and the team hold childcare level three qualifications underpinned with a sound wealth of experience. The majority of our childcare practitioners live or have previously lived in the local area which strengthens the depth of understanding of the needs of this community.  Children’s assessments and progress trackers provide evidence based confirmation that local children are making clear progress in all areas of their learning and development. Local schools and parents often informally feedback how well the children have progressed, associating this with the time spent at the nursery.

Working in Partnership with the Wolseley Trust

Get Up & Go Community Nursery has, from its outset in 1997, worked in partnership with the Wolseley Trust. There is much to be grateful for interms of support that the Trust has provided. The most recent occasion being during summer 2016 when a successful small grants panel request provided fee payment support for four children in need during the summer holiday period. The children concerned had identified additional needs, involving specialist services, and their attendance (which was 100%) provided continuity of care and routine, which eased their transition into school the following September. This example of support has proved invaluable over the years in terms of keeping children safe, supporting children’s development and helping families in need or indeed crisis.   We are delighted that the team at Get Up & Go Community Nursery has earned its positive and trusted reputation within the community and we very much look forward to continuing working in positive partnership with the Wolseley Trust to support our local community.

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Ford Youth and Community Centre (FYCC) was first established in 1980 operating from premises in Cambridge Road, Ford until November 2013. The Management Committee and Trustees are grateful for the continued support of all our partners and sponsors in our quest to continue with our community activities here at Ford Community Gym and the Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre at Scott Business Park.

Our organisation is managed by 5 volunteer Trustees who form the core of a Management Committee which meets regularly to oversee the Project and plan for the future.

For more information on Ford Gym, please click here visit their website.

Please click here to download their Spring 2019 Newsletter.


Wolseley Trust, Plymouth Community Homes, Plymouth City Council Targeted Youth project, Devon Community Foundation, Comic Relief, Communities First, Lottery and the Ballard Trust.

Our project brings together young people and adults from our local area and school community. Many of our activities are either free or subsidised thanks to our sponsors.

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We build discipline and structure into their lives through a detailed multi-sport / gym programme to improve on fitness of body and also fitness

 of mind that can be carried into the community and later life. We promote healthy living styles in a positive way, raising self – esteem and aspiration. We also provide training through work experience / placement and volunteer opportunities for unemployed people and students

 who may wish to work in sector.

All of our qualified Gym Instructors / Personal Trainers offer some volunteer hours to support the Project and fully understand issues local people are facing.

 

GYM PROJECT 

We are pleased to announce our new project for 2018 starting in March.  Thanks to sponsorship from The Big Lottery, Wolseley Trust, Plymouth Community Homes and Plymouth City Council.

What does this mean to you?

  • 100 Free adult memberships worth up to £80 for up to 16weeks if you are Unemployed, Single Parent, NEET, over 60 (not in full time employment) or a PCH resident.
  • Youths aged 11 to 17 years who want to get fit - free sessions at the Gym.

Click here to download the Gym Registration Form

If you would like anymore information, please contact Ford Gym on 01752 556677.

The Meet & Eat Cafe is open Mondays - Fridays from 9:15am - 3:30pm.

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EAT THAT FROG


Eat That Frog have been working from Scott Business Park in the Meet and Eat Cafe since September 2016, supporting 12 young learners who have educational health care plans, and need qualifications and support to transition into the world of work. We work to each learner’s strengths and needs, focusing on who they are and how we can support them as an individual. We tailor their studies to suit them, including Media, IT, Computer Games, Sport and independent living skills. Whilst including real work experiences, some of our learners have been working in the Café, providing a delicious healthy options menu. We’ve seen a massive improvement in their skills, knowledge and confidence, with three young people deciding they’d like to progress and work in the catering industry. Scott Business Park is a good venue for our learners – it’s very different to schools and colleges, offering a real work/industrial environment and this means they’re more open to engaging with us, as they see it as something new and more ‘grown-up’. We’ve quickly become part of the local community, gaining support from nearby businesses, giving our learners vital insights into how different companies work and how to get employment.

The Wolseley Trust staff in the Jan Cutting Centre are always very supportive and have helped us in a variety of ways. We work with Job Centre Plus to provide information, advice and guidance to people to help them get paid work or to progress their careers. Running workshops and holistic support sessions from the Jan Cutting Centre, we have been able to assist local people in a variety of ways; with business support for self-employment, helping them understand changes in the benefits system and then signposting them onto further training or advice with health or money issues. In the future, we’re planning further qualifications, traineeships and apprenticeships for learners at the Wolseley Trust, enabling them to succeed in getting sustainable paid work. We’re also developing horticulture provision in the Wolseley Trust’s Patchwork Garden - we hope to turn this into a space for us to deliver some forest school sessions and grow fresh produce to use at the Café.

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Eat That Frog are loving working with the Wolseley Trust, myself and my catering students love working in the café. We are pleased to give the young adults an opportunity to work in such a wonderful environment with such friendly people to help them gain confidence and life skills. – Jo Deacon, Eat That Frog Staff Member

Working at Eat That Frog has really helped me and my confidence. I really enjoy working and serving the customers. – Charlotte, Eat That Frog, Student

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Hiring of the minibus will cost £50.00 per day with a 50p per mile milage charge.


TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF MINIBUS HIRE

  • The Vehicle WA09 FWP must be collected and returned to Wolseley Community Economic Development Trust Wolseley Close, Plymouth PL2 3BY, on completion of hire.
  •  Keys should be returned no later than 15 minutes after the agreed time, without prior agreement.
  •  The named driver will be invoiced, in full for any malicious damage to the vehicle whilst under their hire
  •  The named driver is liable for the Insurance Excess resulting from any claim to the insurance company, the excess is currently £250.00
  •  The named driver is responsible for checking oil, water and tyre pressure before the hire commences.
  •  The named driver is responsible for ensuring the vehicle is cleaned after use and is returned in a clean and tidy condition. A charge of £50.00 will be made if the vehicle is returned without being cleaned.
  •  In the event of an accident, breakdown or windscreen damage, please contact the main Wolseley Trust office 3 Wolseley Close, Plymouth on 01752 607449 [between 9.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday] or Security on 07969148761 or 07980120127 [out of hours].
  •  Nobody under the age of 25 is permitted to drive the vehicle without prior agreement.
  •  Nobody over the age of 70 is permitted to drive the vehicle without prior agreement.
  •  All drivers must hold a clean driving licence and must produce this in advance to Wolseley Trust so that a copy can be made. 
  •  The law requires that all children under 135cm in height must use the correct restraints. This is the named driver’s responsibility to check.
  •  It is the named driver’s responsibility to inform Wolseley Trust of any driving endorsements, fines or parking tickets prior to any hire.
  •  Any speeding tickets or parking penalty notices will be the responsibility of the named driver
  •  It is the named driver’s responsibility to ensure that all seats are firmly locked into the correct position. Wolseley Trust will accept no responsibility or liability in the event of the named driver failing to undertake these checks.
  • It is the named driver’s responsibility to ensure that all diesel receipts are kept as this can be offset against the mileage costs. Failure to do so, by the named driver, may mean paying the full fuel cost.

Wolseley Community Building

Our large Community Resource Building can hold up to 75 people.WCB 4

The following are available on request:

  • TV & DVD
  • Project & Screen (Laptop provided by hirer)
  • Flipchart Stand (paper and pens are not supplied)

Cost £11.55 per hour + VAT

Limited parking is available in the community building car park.  

Additional parking is permitted in the lower end of the Co-Op building park, opposite the Wolseley Trust main office.

Available for hire Monday - Sunday; AM/PM, full or half days and evening hire.

 


Board Room

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Our Board Room can hold up to 25 people.

The following are available on request:

  • TV & DVD
  • Project & Screen (Laptop provided by hirer)
  • Flipchart Stand (paper and pens are not supplied)

Cost £12.60 per hour + VAT (price includes tea & coffee for up to 25 people)

Limited parking is available in the community building car park.  

Additional parking is permitted in the lower end of the Co-Op building park, opposite the Wolseley Trust main office.

Available for hire Monday - Sunday; AM/PM, full or half days and evening hire.

 

 

 



 

Terms and Conditions of Hire for both the Conference Room and Community Building

The Cancellation Policy for our facilities hir is as follows;

  • 7-14 days notice - No Charge
  • 4-7 days notice - 50% of room charge
  • 2-3 days notice - Full Cost

Tea and Coffee is normally included in the hire price for the conference room and we can arrange this alos, at extra charge, if you hire our community building. Hirers are requested to wash and dry all cups and saucers used, and to leave the room clean and tidy.  The Trust can also provide free use of the following equipment:

Flipchart, TV and DVD, Porjector and Screen if requested and booked in advance.  

Please note:  Our conference room is set up as boardroom style.  If you require any other tpyr of set up, i.e. theatre style, please let the Wolseley Trust know in advance of your booking.

For all Catering requirements, please contact Sylvia Wooldridge direct on 01752 606195 - Wolseley Community Catering Company.

Payment Information

Our payment conditions are as follows;

  • Birthday Parties require Cash only payments 7 days prior to the date of the booking (if payment is not recieved, we cannot guarantee your booking will be able to go ahead).  
  • Conference Room and Community Building Hire requires payment within 14 days of the invoice date we send at the end of each calendar month.

 

Data Protection/GDPR Notice

The Wolseley Trust complies with GDPR and the data protection act.  If you would like to see our Hirers Privacy Notice, please download this here.

If you would like to Join the Wolseley Trust as a member, please download the form proivded below.

Wolseley Trust Membership Form

Current Tenants of Scott Business Park

  • Plymouth Heartbeat
  • Access Doors and Controls
  • PLUSS Dragon Products
  • Marlin Environmental Services Ltd
  • Pureleak Ltd
  • RSF MTB Mountain Bike Suspension Specialists
  • PC Towbars
  • HD Chemicals
  • South West Wall Coatings Ltd
  • GMC Projects
  • Fire Doors Rite Ltd
  • Eat That Frog
  • Alphabet Signs South West Ltd
  • Well Connected
  • PLUSS Organisation
  • County Chiropractic
  • Oakley Builders & Groundworks
  • Oakley Lettings Devon & Cornwall Ltd
  • Marlin Environmental Services
  • D & R Removals
  • SP Storage & Distribution Ltd
  • Lantech Communications Ltd
  • Penny’s Domestic Cleaning
  • Whiz Kidz
  • Purple Telecommunications Ltd

Unit 26

AVAILABLE FOR OCCUPANCY FROM SEPTEMBER 2019

1098 total sq.ft industrial unit incorporating Mezzanine storage deck. 

Comprising of a Workshop, Kitchenette and a WC. 

           

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Unit 2

AVAILABLE FOR OCCUPANCY FROM MID SEPTEMBER 2019 

2110 total sq.ft industrial unit incorporating Mezzanine storage space. 

Comprising of a Workshop, Independant Office Area, Kitchen and WC. 

 

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For all Wolseley & Scott Business Park unit enquiries, please contact Sharon Wood, Business Development Manager for Wolseley and Scott Business Park on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


 

The right place to do business

  •  Development of a former hospital site in partnership with Plymouth City Council and funding from Single Regeneration Budget, South West Regional Development Agency and Government Office for the South West.
  •  Construction of the site was completed in the summer of 2003 with the first tenants taking occupancy in the July. All the business units were occupied within 6 months.

  •  The site comprises 34 light industrial and office units ranging from 600-3000 sq. ft. the Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre and a community operated café.

  •  The overall high quality of the Business Park was recognised when we won the Abercrombie award for ‘Best Community Design Project’.

  •  The Park is home to 23 tenants, some of which have more than one premises - from private to voluntary and public sectors. In excess of 1000 people are currently employed in the site.

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Facilities

  • Well-appointment affordable premises in the heart of Plymouth
  • Easy access to A38 with good transport links.
  • Flexible spaces desgned for growth
  • 34 High quality light industrial and office units
  • Lanscaped, rural grounds with public art features
  • 10 offices approx 50m² - 95m² (580 sq.ft - 1000 sq.ft)
  • 24 units approx 70m - 300m² (790 sq.ft - 3100 sq.ft)
  • Flexible configurations possible within units, many with mezzanine storage areas
  • Excellent ancillary areas within units providing kitchenette, lobby, washroom and self contained offices
  • Most units with direct access hard standing to the front or rear for parking
  • All units benefit from good natural light
  • Affordable, competitive rents
  • Good disabled access
  • Sercure site with 24 hours security
  • Visitor car parking
  • Easy in, easy out tenancy agreements
  • Experienced site management
  • Free Business advice and support available
  • Facilities on site for meetings and seminars
  • Full catering facilities on site.

Building Services

Electrical

  • Metered single phase supply, complete with distribution board with spare ways 13 A power
  • 2 gang sockets outlets throughout units
  • Conduit trunking for easy modification
  • Fluorescent illiumination throughout
  • BT and Virgin Media telecommunications

Heating

  • Ambi Rad overhead gas fired radiant panels in main workshops
  • Ambi Rad warm air units to single storey workshops
  • Electric Economy overnight heating for offices.

Water

  • Provided for toilets and kitchenette
  • Electrically heated hand washing water

Fire Alarm

External Lighting

  • For all units and access roads

Security

  • Linked intruder alarm system for all units
  • Site covered by CCTV and on site security

Recycling base for waste collection

 

Data Protection/GDPR Notice

The Wolseley Trust complies with GDPR and the data protection act.  If you would like to see our Tenants Privacy Notice, please download this here.

At The Wolseley Trust, we operate an ‘easy-in easy-out’ tenancy agreement which is designed to be flexible and uncomplicated. Free on site business advice and support is available from our dedicated and experienced on-site support team.

Tenancy Terms

  • Two month's rent as a deposit will be required. This sum will be refunded at the time of vacation of the premises, subject to a satisfactory inspection of the unit
  • Rent is due on the first day of each calendar month payable in advanced by standing order or BACS payment.
  • Monthly service charges apply at Scott Business Park Rental. These charges are based on tenants contributions to common services.  This covers the following:
    • Grounds maintenance
    • Business park lighting external and communal areas
    • Security services, CCTV cameras, etc
    • Service and maintenance contracts.  
  • Tenants will be liable for the costs relating to the provision of normal services to their units including: telephone, electricity, gas, water and Local Authority business rates.
  • Tenants will be responsible for the repair and maintenance of internal aspects of their unit and will be expected to maintain the unit to a standard acceptable to WCEDT.
  • Internal modifications to units may be made at the tenant's cost and subject to prior written agreement with WCEDT.
  • Upon vacation of the premises, the tenant will be responsible for all costs associated with reinstating the unit to it's original specification.
  • One month's notice in writing by the tenant will be required on vacating a unit.  
  • Full details of costs, and copies of the tenancy agreement and tenancy handbook are available on request.

Tenancy Terms are subject to change

For information on Scott Business Park, please contact;

Sharon Wood on 01752 203670 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

WOLSELEY CEDT BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2017

Chair

Mr Richard Williams 

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Vice Chair

Mrs Barbara Luckham

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Community Directors

Christine Everett
Margaret Finan
Robert Nairn
Richard White

Business Directors


Sylvia Wooldridge
Vivien Hill

Councillors

Cllr Tina Tuohy

 

We are:

  • A Community Economic Development Trust with a local membership of over 600 local residents. Any local business or community organisations in our catchment area can join to be a Member of the Trust, free of charge. Our activities continue to be shaped and influenced by community consultation.
  • An independent Community Managed Company Limited by Guarantee. Our experienced Management Board reflects our partnership ethos of democratic involvement and empowerment; the majority being elected from our community resident Membership. We are accountable to our community Membership for all our activities.
  • A successful and respected Partner working alongside the private and public sector to deliver local and city-wide regeneration initiatives
  • A model of community and asset management which continues to be followed and adopted by fellow Trusts both locally and nationally.

Our successes:

  • Wolseley Trust was the first Community Development Trust in Plymouth, pioneering and developing community involvement and business practices which have been widely adopted.
  • The Trust has a 20-year track record of developing and managing business parks and community facilities worth in excess of £10 million. We are supported in this by our major partner, Plymouth City Council.
  • We have a current turnover of £1.2 million per annum from which we generate a trading surplus providing up to £150,000 a year for community infrastructure support
  • In excess of 2000 jobs have been supported across our business parks since we first commenced trading in January 1997. Operating in an area of high unemployment the Trust maintains a firm commitment to support local enterprise, local job creation and local training on the sites.
  • Developing and maintaining cross sector partnerships. Currently working with a wide range of partner agencies to deliver health and wellbeing initiatives across our 4 wards; private sector businesses and contractors; and key partners from the ‘third sector’ (community and social enterprises)

WCEDT Registered Office

Wolseley Trust Business Park
Unit 3
Wolseley Close
Plymouth
PL2 3BY

Tel: 01752 607449