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Posts Tagged ‘Cornwall Local Plan’

Have Your Say on Cornwall Plan addressing Climate Change: Ensuring Future Sustainable Development

Posted on: 26th February 2021 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Have your say on how Cornwall Council should adapt its Local Plan to ensure future Sustainable Development that has the potential to address Climate Change and habitat loss. When the Local Plan for Cornwall was agreed, whilst Climate Change was known about, people had not woken to the emergency we faced. The Council therefore wantRead More »

Cornwall’s Local Plan Should Reduce Speculative Development

Posted on: 8th October 2016 | by Sue James | Posted in Blog

Cornwall’s Local Plan should reduce speculative development was the theme of a recent planning conference at Kingsley Village. I delayed in publishing this because we were shown a wonderful little video that summed the whole situation up and I was hoping to be able to post it but will have to add it later! BelowRead More »

Call for Potential Housing Sites on Brownfield Land

Posted on: 27th July 2015 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Call for potential housing sites on brownfield land is under way by Cornwall Council. Applications must be in by 5pm on 7th September 2015. The call for sites is to support the Cornwall Local Plan by helping to increase the amount of brownfield land in the Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA). The SHLAA is aRead More »

Have Your Say On the Cornwall Local Plan: Shaping Cornwall’s Future

Posted on: 21st March 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in News

Local people in Cornwall are being offered their last chance to give their views on the Local Plan which will help shape the future of Cornwall for the next 20 years. The Cornwall Local Plan sets out the Council’s aims and planning policies for new housing, community facilities, essential public services and infrastructure up toRead More »

47,500 New Homes Proposed to Go in Cornwall’s Local Plan

Posted on: 15th January 2014 | by Sue James | Posted in News

The plan will be put out for comment before being submitted to Government but the evidence is, that unless a figure acceptable to Government is there, Cornwall can have a higher figure imposed on it. If Government reject the plan then that would delay even further Cornwall having a plan (it should have been inRead More »