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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 »

171207 | To note email correspondence regarding closure of Hayle branch of Barclays | Hayle Town Council minutes

To note the email correspondence regarding the closure of the Hayle branch of Barclays Bank and to consider if any action is necessary  read more »

180122 | Boundary Review | Connor Downs to be cut in half?

This map is one to be considered by Cornwall Council Boundary Review Panel, it recommends that Connor Downs on the north side of Turnpike Rd and Horsepool Rd be included in a division that would be in reality Hayle North and residents living on the south

We were told by the Boundary Commission and Cornwall Council that there would be consultation on the new Cornwall Council Electoral Divisions. However it seems that the only bodies being seriously consulted are Cornwall Councillors and certain town councils.
This map is one to be considered by Cornwall Council Boundary Review Panel, it recommends that Connor Downs on the north side of Turnpike Rd and Horsepool Rd be included in a division that would be in reality Hayle North and residents living on the south side of the road be incorporated into what would really be Hayle South.  read more »

Local Politics - Cornwall Councillor Graham Coad

As of January 2018

Graham Coad

Graham Coad Graham Coad

Party: Independent

Electoral Division: Hayle South  read more »

170904 | St Erth Park and Ride scheme and air quality on the agenda at the Hayle and St Ives Community Network Panel meeting

St Erth Park and Ride scheme and air quality on the agenda at the Hayle and St Ives Community Network Panel meeting

Residents of the Hayle and St Ives Community Network Panel area are invited to attend the September meeting of the Hayle and St Ives Community Network Panel, items on the agenda include the St Erth Park and Ride scheme and air quality.

All are invited to attend the Hayle and St Ives Community Network Panel meeting which takes place on Monday 4 September between 6:30pm and 8pm at the Passmore Edwards Institute in Hayle.  read more »

170807 | St Erth roundabout A30 section to be restricted to 30mph limit for eight months | Cornwall Live

St Erth roundabout A30 section to be restricted to 30mph limit for eight months

By wbchris | Posted: August 07, 2017  read more »

170622 | Grigg’s Quay, Lelant – LATEST | Hayle development discussion group FB

Grigg’s Quay, Lelant – LATEST

I’ve just spoken to a nice man at Cornwall Council to find out what’s going on with the one-way system. But first, here’s a reminder of the situation from my perspective since last Summer:  read more »

Graham Coad | Cornwall Council elections 4th May 2017

Graham Coad writes:

You have probably seen that I am standing for Cornwall Council in Hayle South Ward which of course includes Anagarrack.

I have today posted my leaflet to all the Angarrackians who are postal voters so that they should receive my leaflets at the same time as they get their voting papers next week.

http://grahamcoad.blogspot.co.uk/


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