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Enclosing the city are the mouths of the river Plym and river Tamar , which are naturally incorporated into Plymouth Sound to form a boundary with Cornwall. Plymouth's early history extends to the Bronze Age , when a first settlement emerged at Mount Batten. This settlement continued as a trading post for the Roman Empire , until it was surpassed by the more prosperous village of Sutton founded in the ninth century, now called Plymouth.

During the English Civil War , the town was held by the Parliamentarians and was besieged between and Throughout the Industrial Revolution, Plymouth grew as a commercial shipping port, handling imports and passengers from the Americas, and exporting local minerals tin , copper , lime , china clay and arsenic. The neighbouring town of Devonport became a strategic Royal Naval shipbuilding and dockyard town. In three neighbouring independent towns, viz.

The combined town took the name of Plymouth which, in , achieved city status. The city's naval importance later led to its being targeted by the German military and partially destroyed by bombing during World War II, an act known as the Plymouth Blitz. After the war the city centre was completely rebuilt and subsequent expansion led to the incorporation of Plympton and Plymstock along with other outlying suburbs in Plymouth's economy remains strongly influenced by shipbuilding and seafaring including ferry links to Brittany Roscoff and St Malo and Spain Santander , but has tended toward a service-based economy since the s.

Upper Palaeolithic deposits, including bones of Homo sapiens , have been found in local caves, [4] and artefacts dating from the Bronze Age to the Middle Iron Age have been found at Mount Batten , showing that it was one of the main trading ports of the country at that time. The settlement of Plympton , further up the River Plym than the current Plymouth, was also an early trading port. As the river silted up in the early 11th century, mariners and merchants were forced to settle downriver at the current day Barbican near the river mouth.

During the Hundred Years' War a French attack burned a manor house and took some prisoners, but failed to get into the town. In the late fifteenth century, Plymouth Castle , a "castle quadrate", was constructed close to the area now known as The Barbican; it included four round towers, one at each corner, as featured on the city coat of arms. The castle served to protect Sutton Pool , which is where the fleet was based in Plymouth prior to the establishment of Plymouth Dockyard.

In an Act of Parliament was passed for further fortifying Plymouth. A series of fortifications were built, including defensive walls at the entrance to Sutton Pool across which a chain would be extended in time of danger. During the 16th century, locally produced wool was the major export commodity. During the English Civil War Plymouth sided with the Parliamentarians and was besieged for almost four years by the Royalists.

Throughout the 17th century Plymouth had gradually lost its pre-eminence as a trading port. By the midth century, commodities manufactured elsewhere in England cost too much to transport to Plymouth, and the city had no means of processing sugar or tobacco imports, major products from the colonies.

Local sailors turning to piracy such as Henry Every became infamous, celebrated in the London play The Successful Pyrate. It played a part in the Atlantic slave trade during the early 18th century, although it was relatively small.

Further docks were built here in , and In there were men employed and by the population had grown to 3, people. Before the latter half of the 18th century, grain, timber and then coal were Plymouth's main imports. Local chemist William Cookworthy established his short-lived Plymouth Porcelain venture in to exploit the deposits of china clay that he had discovered in Cornwall. He was acquainted with engineer John Smeaton , the builder of the third Eddystone Lighthouse.

Numerous technical difficulties and repeated storm damage meant that it was not completed until , twenty years after Rennie's death. Some of the most significant imports to Plymouth from the Americas and Europe during the latter half of the 19th century included maize, wheat, barley, sugar cane, guano , sodium nitrate and phosphate. It was developed as a facility for the manufacture of munitions. Flying boats operated from Mount Batten. It was an important embarkation point for US troops for D-Day.

This was largely due to Plymouth's status as a major port. It has been designated as an official permanent monument to the bombing of Plymouth during World War II. The redevelopment of the city was planned by Sir Patrick Abercrombie in his Plan for Plymouth whilst simultaneously working on the reconstruction plan for London. By over 20, new homes had been built, transforming the dense overcrowded and unsanitary slums of the pre-war city into a low density, dispersed suburbia.

The Plymouth City Council allowed it to fall into disrepair but it was grade II listed in by English Heritage to prevent its demolition. Post-war, Devonport Dockyard was kept busy refitting aircraft carriers such as the Ark Royal and, later, nuclear submarines. New light industrial factories were constructed in the newly zoned industrial sector, attracting rapid growth of the urban population.

The army had substantially left the city by , after barracks were pulled down in the s. The first record of the existence of a settlement at Plymouth was in the Domesday Book in as Sudtone , Saxon for south farm, located at the present-day Barbican. In Nancy Astor was elected the first ever female member of parliament to take office in the British Houses of Parliament for the constituency of Plymouth Sutton.

Taking over office from her husband Waldorf Astor , Lady Astor was a vibrantly active campaigner for her resident constituents. Plymouth was granted city status on 18 October The Local Government White Paper proposed abolishing county boroughs, which would have left Plymouth, a town of , people, being administered from a council based at the smaller Exeter , on the other side of the county.

This led to Plymouth lobbying for the creation of a Tamarside county, to include Plymouth, Torpoint , Saltash , and the rural hinterland. All powers returned when the city become a unitary authority on 1 April under recommendations of the Banham Commission. The City of Plymouth is divided into 20 wards , 17 of which elect three councillors and the other three electing two councillors, making up a total council of The position is elected each year by a group of six councillors.

Plymouth lies between the River Plym to the east and the River Tamar to the west; both rivers flow into the natural harbour of Plymouth Sound. The River Plym, which flows off Dartmoor to the north-east, forms a smaller estuary to the east of the city called Cattewater. Plymouth Sound is protected from the sea by the Plymouth Breakwater , in use since Geologically, Plymouth has a mixture of limestone, Devonian slate , granite and Middle Devonian limestone.

Rocks brought down the Tamar from Dartmoor include ores containing tin, copper, tungsten , lead and other minerals. On 27 April Sir Patrick Abercrombie's Plan for Plymouth to rebuild the bomb-damaged city was published; it called for demolition of the few remaining pre-War buildings in the city centre to make way for their replacement with wide, parallel, modern boulevards aligned east—west linked by a north—south avenue Armada Way linking the railway station with the vista of Plymouth Hoe.

This means a wide range of exotic plants can be grown. Due to the modifying effect of the sea and the southwesterly location, the climate is among the mildest of British cities and the seasonal range is less than in most other parts of the UK. Snow is rare, not usually equating to more than a few flakes, but there have been exclusions, namely the European winter storms of which, in early January, covered Plymouth in at least 1 inch 2.

South West England has a favoured location when the Azores High pressure area extends north-eastwards towards the UK, particularly in summer. Coastal areas have average annual sunshine totals over 1, hours. Rainfall tends to be associated with Atlantic depressions or with convection. The Atlantic depressions are more vigorous in autumn and winter and most of the rain which falls in those seasons in the south-west is from this source.

November to March have the highest mean wind speeds, with June to August having the lightest winds. The predominant wind direction is from the south-west. Typically, the warmest day of the year — will achieve a temperature of The college is ranked 8th out of 30 universities in the UK in for medicine.

The city is also home to two large colleges. The City College Plymouth provides courses from the most basic to Foundation degrees for approximately 26, students. It was started years ago and is now one of only four independent colleges of art and design in the UK. Plymouth also has 71 state primary phase schools, 13 state secondary schools, eight special schools and three selective state grammar schools, Devonport High School for Girls , Devonport High School for Boys and Plymouth High School for Girls.

The city was also home to the Royal Naval Engineering College ; opened in in Keyham , it trained engineering students for five years before they completed the remaining two years of the course at Greenwich.

The college closed in , but in a new college opened at Manadon. This was renamed Dockyard Technical College in before finally closing in ; training was transferred to the University of Southampton. Plymouth is home to the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom MBA; founded which conducts research in all areas of the marine sciences. The Plymouth Marine Laboratory, which focuses on global issues of climate change and sustainability. It monitors the effects of ocean acidity on corals and shellfish and reports the results to the UK government.

It also cultivates algae that could be used to make biofuels or in the treatment of waste water by using technology such as photo-bioreactors. It works alongside the Boots Group to investigate the use of algae in skin care protects, taking advantage of the chemicals they contain that adapt to protect themselves from the sun.

A scheme is in operation over summer to provide meals during the summer holidays for children with parents on low income, the parents cannot afford to provide their children with healthy meals. From the Census, the Office for National Statistics published that Plymouth's unitary authority area population was ,; [89] 15, more people than that of the last census from , which indicated that Plymouth had a population of , The city's average household size was 2. The population rose rapidly during the second half of the 19th century, but declined by over 1.

A profile by the National Health Service showed Plymouth had higher than average levels of poverty and deprivation Because of its coastal location, the economy of Plymouth has traditionally been maritime , [98] in particular the defence sector with over 12, people employed and approximately 7, in the armed forces.

Plymouth has a post-war shopping area in the city centre with substantial pedestrianisation. In the old Drake Circus shopping centre and Charles Cross car park were demolished and replaced by the latest Drake Circus Shopping Centre , which opened in October There is a project involving the future relocation of Plymouth City Council's headquarters, the civic centre, to the current location of the Bretonside bus station; it would involve both the bus station and civic centre being demolished and a rebuilt together at the location with the land from the civic centre being sold off.

Millbay is being regenerated with mixed residential, retail and office space alongside the ferry port. The A38 dual-carriageway runs from east to west across the north of the city. Within the city it is designated as 'The Parkway ' and represents the boundary between the urban parts of the city and the generally more recent suburban areas. FlyPlymouth put forward plans to reopen the city airport by , providing daily services to various destinations including London.

Plymouth railway station , which opened in , [] is managed by Great Western Railway and also sees trains on the CrossCountry network. There are proposals to reopen the line from Tavistock to Bere Alston for a through service to Plymouth.

The line was closed. Network Rail began repair work [] and the line reopened on 4 April The route runs mostly traffic free on off-road sections between Ilfracombe and Plymouth.

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So now I don't know what to do, because the listing is still showing "confirmed. Oh dear, it sounds like you would benefit from reading up more about how Airbnb works - particularly in terms of bookings, host and guest cancellations etc. Declining a booking will not delete your listing. If he can't agree to your house rules and you found this out after he booked, then call Airbnb, they should cancel the booking for you. I should have made it more clear that it is a home sharing situation, and it's only in that scenario that I feel uncomfortable.

When I occasionally list my whole house if I'm out of town, I have no preference as to who rents it. I live alone and having a strange man in my home absolutely gives me the heebie jeebies: I just started hosting a couple of months ago, and have been pretty sold out since I started. I have had only 2 solo men book, one was for 4 nights, the other is coming up this Wednesday for one night. I'm going to do a lot of Airbnb rule search and make sure I can highlight only females or couples on my rules.

This has been really bothering me so I am really glad you posted: Here is the link to Airbnb gneder policy. It is under the discrimination policy section gender identity.

Airbnb does not assign a gender identity to our users. I sometimes rent out a room and keep forgetting to indicate females only but finally snoozed the listing becasue the whole house is available. But if I rent out the room again it would only be to a woman. I reserved an Airbnb place shared with a man. I felt comfortable because his wife and daughter were on their way from South Korea.

Well this man made a pass at me that I had to ward off. He apolized and said he wouldn't do it again. Even though I could handle myself and handle him, this is why a woman should not book with a man or host a man. Fortuneatly he was easily put in his place and fortuneately he apologized and furtuneatly he never did it again, and fortuneatly I was strong enough to deal with it. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Noel in Denver, CO. I know that this is a touchy subject, but I need to ask a question.

I don't really know what to do, so any suggestions would be helpful. Fred in Placencia, Belize. Jann in Santa Rosa, CA. I wish I had better news for you but maybe being a host isn't right for you. Lina in New York, NY. David in Como, CO. I had to read it twice before I saw the female only, need to make it much more obvious. Helen in Bristol, United Kingdom. Thanks so much, you guys. This is super helpful.

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