Less than two weeks remain to help shape strategies for the future growth and regeneration of some of Cornwall’s larger towns. Cornwall Council is currently undertaking a consultation on a document called the Cornwall Site Allocations DPD (Development Plan Document), which will set the location for new housing and commercial growth, as well as future infrastructure needs. The deadline for consultation responses is Monday 14 November.

Areas covered by the Allocations DPD are: Penzance & Newlyn; Hayle; Camborne-Pool-Illogan-Redruth; Helston; Falmouth & Penryn; St Austell; Newquay; Bodmin; Launceston; Saltash; and two Eco-community sites in the Par and China Clay areas.

‘The Allocations DPD represents our opportunity to take a proactive approach to the future growth and regeneration of our communities. We want to ensure as many residents as possible respond to this consultation as their feedback will help us to shape the future of their community’
Edwina Hannaford, Cornwall Council cabinet member for planning.

Copies of the documents can also be viewed at:
• Penzance One-Stop-Shop (St Johns Hall, Alverton St)
• Hayle Library and One-Stop-Shop (Commercial Road)
• Camborne One-Stop-Shop (Dolcoath Avenue)
• Redruth Library and One-Stop-Shop (Clinton Road)
• Helston One-Stop-Shop (Isaac House, Tyacke Road)
• Falmouth One-Stop-Shop (34 Church Street)
• Penryn One-Stop-Shop (Saracen House, Higher Market Street)
• St Austell One-Stop-Shop (39 Penwinnick Road)
• Bodmin One-Stop-Shop (Lower Bore Street)
• Newquay One-Stop-Shop (Marcus Hill)
• Launceston Library and One-Stop-Shop (Bounsalls Lane)
• Saltash Library and One-Stop-Shop (Callington Road)

You can also provide feedback to the consultation by e-mailing delivery@cornwall.gov.uk or sending responses to: Allocations DPD; Cornwall Council; Dolcoath Avenue; Camborne; TR14 8SX.

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Written by: Cornwall Council
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