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Consultation on new recreation area in Carnon Downs at Pengelly Meadows

As part of the new Taylor Wimpey development on Bissoe Road a new recreation area will be created to the left of the entranceway to the development (the area is currently being used as a car park and for the site office). There will also be funding from the development under the Section 106 agreement to make improvements to the play equipment in the existing children’s park at Park an Gwarry just up the road. The Parish Council feels that these should be two distinct areas, the existing play park for younger children and the new area at Pengelly Meadows should cater for older children. It is hoped that the work will commence in the Summer of 2017. The Parish Council would like the older chi

Emergency Plan Meeting Feock 10th October

7pm at St Feock Church Hall It is important that if there is an emergency, such as a flood, heavy snowfall or major fire in Feock village that there is a strong plan in place to deal with this which will be used by Cornwall Council and the emergency services. The plan could include details of where people would be evacuated to in the event of a fire or flooding, a list of local hazards, such as electricity sub stations, industrial sites and skills within the community that could be utilised in an emergency, for example Doctors, Vets, Electricians, Police officers etc. The idea of this public meeting is to get together people that live in the village of Feock who would like to help with putti

Update on highways issues in Devoran

As you are aware the Parish Council had committed funds to install a virtual footway running the full length of Greenbank Road to the bottom of Market Street to give better pedestrian access. The Parish Council commissioned a highways feasibility study on Devoran from Cormac last year (this is the first step in making any changes to highways) which covered a 20mph speed limit for the village, virtual pavements on Greenbank Road and the old A39 and Quite Lane status for the Old Tram Road. The Council decided against making the Old Tram Road an official Quiet Lane due to the costs involved (£5745), however we have now completed a project in conjunction with Restronguet Creek Society to instal

Star Council Awards longlisting

Our Parish Clerk, Debra, won the Clerk of the Year award at last years Star Council awards and we are delighted that we have been longlisted for the Council of Year Award this year :) Well done to Falmouth Town Council who have also been longlisted. We'll find out the results in October!

Notification of Planning Applications

We have been made aware recently of occasions where residents have not known about planning applications made by their neighbours. We have contacted Cornwall Council for clarification on their notification processes. They have advised us that they will always write to residential properties abutting the application site, please note that these letters will be addressed to 'The Occupier'. ​ Yellow lamp post notices are not always displayed, generally if the application can be decided by the Case Officer without visiting the site a notice will not be displayed, if the Case Officer decides that they do need to carry out a site visit then they will put up the notice at that time. More detailed i

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