What we do

Listed on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange since 1996, Sutton Harbour Holdings plc is the parent of a number of wholly owned subsidiary companies which include:
  • Sutton Harbour Company, the statutory harbour authority company which operates Plymouth Fishmarket (known as Sutton Harbour Fisheries), Sutton Harbour marina and related properties.
  • A number of other companies (eg Sutton Harbour Services Ltd) engaged in waterfront property regeneration and investment, including car parks.
  • Plymouth City Airport Limited, the company holding the interest in the former Plymouth City Airport site. The airport closed in 2011.

Sutton Harbour Holdings plc has taken an award-winning lead in the regeneration of Plymouth's waterfront, with the creation of spectacular mixed used developments where quality apartments sit alongside prestigious commercial office developments and ground-floor retail and leisure space.

With the installation of the lock, Sutton Harbour Holdings plc created a world-class marina which now extends to some 460 berths, whilst the development of the state of the art fisheries complex has transformed Plymouth's fishing infrastructure.

Our team of specialists and operational managers has a proven track record in delivering high quality regeneration and marine-related activities.

We pride ourselves on partnership working and bring a passionate and professional approach that combines flexibility with a determination to deliver quality at every step.


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We pride ourselves on the quality and location of our property estate.   5 Gold Anchor Sutton Harbour Marina is located in the heart of the historic Sutton Harbour.   Found at the heart of Plymouth's Coastal Quarter in Millbay.   2011 has been another record year with landings of fish, crabs and scallops.   Sutton Harbour in Plymouth is already one if the UK’s most attractive waterfront destinations.  
                   
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