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180515 | Eight Cornwall beaches join official list of bathing waters for new season - Cornwall Live

Foam edged wave on Godrevy beach (Image: Georgina Ball)

Eight Cornwall beaches join official list of bathing waters for new season

South Fistral beach, Booby’s Bay, Mexico Towan, Upton Towan and Godrevy, Northcott Mouth beach, Gwynver Beach and Tregonhawke have all been added to the list  read more »

180430 | Marine Hub Cornwall agrees new collaboration with Marine Energy Wales

Marine Hub Cornwall agrees new collaboration with Marine Energy Wales

Marine Hub Cornwall, which was set up to help grow the marine industry in the county and to promote its world-class marine capabilities, has formally agreed a new collaboration with Marine Energy Wales. Funded by the Welsh Government, Marine Energy Wales aims to make the country a global leader in marine renewable energy.  read more »

180521 | Plans submitted for Historic Hayle Harbour - David Lock Associates

Katie Christou

Posted 21/05/2018 by Katie Christou  read more »

180523 | A30 bypass Hayle partially blocked between Loggans Moor roundabout and St Erth Roundabout due to broken-down coach

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Cornwall travel: Broken-down coach blocks Hayle road


180523 | FCBS submits third phase of designs for historic Cornish harbour | News | Architects Journal

THIRD PHASE: Proposals for Hayle north quay submitted May 2018  Source: Forbes Massie
PHASE THREE: Third phase of FCBS's Hayle harbour scheme (red) and second (yellow)
THIRD PHASE: Proposals for Hayle north quay submitted May 2018  Source: Forbes Massie
THIRD PHASE: Proposals for Hayle north quay submitted May 2018  Source: Forbes Massie
THIRD PHASE: Models for Hayle north quay submitted May 2018
THIRD PHASE: Hayle north quay masterplan May 2018  Source:fcbstudios
THIRD PHASE: Hayle north quay by FCBS May 2018  Source: Forbes Massie
THIRD PHASE: Sketch of sheltered garden at Hayle North Quay May 2018  Source:fcbstudios
THIRD PHASE: hayle north quay elevational diagrams May 2018  Source:fcbstudios
PHASE 2: South Quay elevation diagrams by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios [March 2018]  Source:FCBS
PHASE 2: View of South Quay Yard - phase 2 of the approved South Quay development by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios [March 2018]  Source: Forbes Massie
PHASE 2: View of South Quay head in Hayle by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios [March 2018]  Source: Forbes Massie

FCBS submits third phase of designs for historic Cornish harbour

160727 | PA14 02920-Outline Planning Permission-1665897

PA14_02920-Site_Access-3146261.14165 Detail
PA14_02920-Loggans_Roundabout_Works-2814638.14165 Detail

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Cornwall Council  read more »

180201 | CNA2 (Hayle - St Ives) | Division maps - Cornwall Council

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England have announced that from 2021 Cornwall Council will have 87 Councillors. This is a reduction of 36 from the current 123. Work now begins on the development of proposals for the new electoral divisions. The Commission’s first consultation period on division patterns runs until 19 February 2018.

 

via https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/elections/electoral-re...

180101 | St Ives County Constituency proposed | Bounday Commission

Boundary Commission Proposals 2018

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Due to the small electorate of the
existing St Ives constituency, we propose
that it is enlarged along the coast to
incorporate the entirety of St Ives Bay
and the town of Hayle, with which there
are close geographic and communication
links. Similarly, due to the small electorate
of the existing Camborne and Redruth
constituency, exacerbated by moving
Hayle to the proposed St Ives constituency,
we propose that it is also enlarged along
the south coast to incorporate the towns
of Falmouth and Penryn. Consequently,
our proposed name for the constituency
is Falmouth and Camborne.

171207 | Boundary Review Update | Hayle Town Council minutes

d) Boundary Review Update

The clerk distributed a map of the area with the proposed divisions as a summary of ideas from Councillor Pollard and what had been agreed at a recent informal meeting of the town council (see Appendix D).

[9.00pm Councillor Channon left the meeting.]  read more »