St Just & Pendeen have a Draft Neighbourhood Plan for your Comments

Posted on: 11th October 2020

St Just & Pendeen have a Draft Neighbourhood Plan for your comments from 12 October – 23 November 2020.


This is the pre-submission consultation under Regulation 14 of the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2012, prior to amending the draft Plan in the light of comments from residents, stakeholders and interested parties, and statutory consultees.  The draft Plan will then be submitted to Cornwall Council.

Need an explanation of anything in the draft Plan?

Contact the Neighbourhood Planning team by emailing or call us on a dedicated line 07500 507550 to leave a message and have someone get back to you.

How can you comment?

You can comment on any of the Policies in the following ways:

  • email us at
  • if you don’t have internet access, write to the Town Council at St Just Library, Market Street, St Just, TR19 7HX
  • if you can’t get to a post box, just leave an answerphone message on 07500 507550 and a member of the team will visit you to collect your written comments

When you are commenting: please quote the paragraph or policy number and then give your views and any suggestion of amendments that you would like to see.  We welcome both positive and negative comments to ensure that the Plan truly reflects the views of the community.

Comments must be in writing for evidential reasons. Comments posted on Facebook will not count, so please take the time to email or write to in.

What will happen to residents comments?

All public comments will be responded to by the team. Comments will be collated and considered and, if appropriate, amendments will be made to the plan. The team will publish a report of the comments and feedback received and how they have responded.


At no time will any personal details be shared or publicised. Read our data protection and privacy policy here: Neighbourhood Plan Data Protection Policy


Consultation Document

Visit the Neighbourhood planning website for more details and different versions to download. Neighbourhood Planning website