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200111 | Boris and his promises – time to ‘level up’

Boris and his promises – time to ‘level up’

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Government confirms relaxed Permitted Development rules with no neighbour complaints via upwards extensions

Announcement Families able to add two storeys to home WITHOUT planning permission | Robert Jenrick on Twitter
Minister pledges radical change to planning laws to allow extensions
 

Jenrick confirms relaxed rules to boost housing provision via upwards extensions and office demolitions


30 September 2019 by John Geoghegan and Colin Marrs


Housing secretary Robert Jenrick today announced that the government will push ahead with controversial plans to ease planning rules to allow upwards extensions of properties and the demolition of commercial buildings to make way for new homes.

 
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General Election 2019 Camborne and Redruth: Labour need a 1.6% swing to win; Liberal Democrats need a 20.7% swing to win

General Election 2019
Camborne and Redruth
General Election 2019
2019 Candidates
George Eustice, Conservative
Paul Farmer, Labour
Florence
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Property rules BOMBSHELL: You could add a two-storey extension WITHOUT planning permission ‘permission in principle’

Key changes:

Housing secretary announced plans to allow homeowners to build two-storey extensions in a further rollout of permitted development rights (PDR), first unveiled last year

The new rights will first be given to blocks of flats and then extended to all detached homes.

According to reports, controversial proposals to allow commercial buildings to be demolished and rebuilt as residential without planning permission have also been confirmed.  read more »

190830 | Prorogue Protest Truro

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190722 | Britain's Leading Edge launched in parliament

190717 | Operation Snap | New way of reporting driving offences - with dashcam footage

New way of reporting driving offences - with dashcam footage

New way of reporting driving offences - with dashcam footage

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 5:59pm 17th July 2019. (Updated at 8:15pm 17th July 2019)

There is a new way of reporting driving offences in Cornwall, with dashcam footage.

Operation Snap is a secure online portal through which members of the public can upload video or photos of incidents on the road.  read more »

Politics in Cornwall

Cornwall Politics and announcements

190614 | True pressure of summer policing in Cornwall and Devon

True pressure of summer policing in Cornwall and Devon

Published by Emma Carton at 1:28pm 14th June 2019. (Updated at 1:33pm 14th June 2019)  read more »

190211 | Local authority Police precept agreed | Statement From Chief Constable Following Budget Setting [256942]

Statement From Chief Constable Following Budget Setting 11/02/2019 11:52:12 [256942]
Information sent on behalf of Devon and Cornwall Police
Statement from Chief Constable following budget setting

Local authority precept agreed.

Following today’s Police and Crime Panel the 2019/20 local authority precept for Devon and Cornwall Police has been agreed.  read more »

181018 | Get Involved! - Make sure you don't miss out on the chance to help shape our 3 year plan. Our 2019/2022 Integrated Risk

Integrated Risk Management Plan (IRMP) Consultation is now open. We would like to invite you to have your say and to help shape the focus and activities of Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service over the next three years.

Please read the IRMP Consultation document and complete the questionnaire below.

Your views and feedback alongside local and national requirements are fundamental to the Services aim of working together to make Cornwall safer.  read more »

Update On Proposed Merger Of Devon And Cornwall Police And Dorset Police 26/09/2018 13:44:05 [237479]

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Update on proposed merger of Devon and Cornwall Police and Dorset Police

Outcome update

The abridged version of the full business case for the proposed merger of Devon & Cornwall Police and Dorset Police is being made available to staff and the public to allow greater scrutiny and transparency.
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180202 | Proposed Division | Cornwall Council

Hayle West Division number: 9
Gwinear-Gwithian and Hayle East Division number: 10

Division number: 9
Division name:
Hayle West


Electoral equality:

This division is within the permitted electoral range and so meets the electoral equality
criterion. The anticipated electorate in 2023 is:
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180202 | Proposed Division comprising the Parish of Gwinear Gwithian with the semi rural area of Hayle

 

Proposed Division comprising the Parish of Gwinear Gwithian
with the semi rural area of Hayle.

 

 
 

(See attachment 1 for a clearer map)
This proposed division has been developed using the principles set by the Local
Government Boundary Commission, together with the stated guidelines used by the
unitary authority Cornwall Council, that is taking the existing Community Network
Areas as a base on which to build the new divisional structure.
Cornwall is unique in that it is the only county in the United Kingdom that is a
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180808 | Agenda for Parish Council Ordinary Meeting – 13th August 2018

160912 | Parish Council Meeting – Minutes 12-Sept-2016 - Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council

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Minutes of the Ordinary Meeting of Gwinear-Gwithian Parish Council held on Monday 12th September 2016 at
the Parish Office, Unit 3 Bosprowal Business Units, Penhale Road, Carnhell Green, Camborne commencing at
7.00pm.

Present

Councillors

N Bawden
T Homes
R Norman
M Roberts (Vice Chairman)
M Smith (Vice Chairman)
D Wilkins

A Burt
Mrs S Negus
L Pascoe
S Rowe (Chairman)
J Tovey


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