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200730 | Approved with conditions | PA18/10457 | Construction of 24 new dwellings, internal shared surface access road

New Planning Application for the yard under the viaduct, opposite ASDA

 

Construction of 24 new dwellings, internal shared surface access road of existing traffic signalled junction and associated parking and infrastructure - Foundry Yard Carnsew Road Hayle

Ref. No: PA18/10457 | Received date: Mon 05 Nov 2018 | Status: Approved with conditions | Case Type: Planning Application

 

[via OCR - you are strongly advised to check the original
http://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications/files/1575E30E2A384F1C19730C6E46D84D14/pdf/PA18_10457-ACFULZ_-_CONDITIONAL_APPROVAL-5106003.pdf]
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200730 | New 600-home neighbourhood with primary school to be built in Hayle

Community Consultation 29 June to 10 August 2020 | Hayle Growth Area Concept Plan
Introduction and background | Hayle Growth Area Concept Plan
Concept plan showing layout and uses | Hayle Growth Area Concept Plan
Community Consultation - A 6-week public consultation is running from 29 June to 10 August 2020 | Hayle Growth Area Concept Plan

New 600-home neighbourhood with primary school to be built in Hayle

Construction on the first houses is likley to start in late 2021  read more »

PA20/05161 | Reserved Matters application for construction 377 residential units; 598 sqm retail (Class A1-A5)

Location Map
Character Area
Spine Road
Hitel and Sports Hub
Diverted footpaths
Footbridge location
Key public open space framework principles
Land Use
Key stretch of ‘Linear Waterfront’ connecting the town to the beach  and also two key areas identified within the Design Code - North Quay Entrance Space (3E), North Quay Waterfront Space (3F)
Illustrative Masterplan
Layout - Reserved Matters Area-Stable Block, Eastern Gateway,East Quay And Chieftain’S Yard

PA20/05161 | Reserved Matters application for the construction of 377 residential units; 598 sqm retail (Class A1-A5 and sui generis floorspace; 2,407 sqm of business (Class B1) and industrial and fish storage (Class B2 and B8) floorspace; a 4,409 sqm hotel (Class C1); 2,275 sqm of community and cultural (Class D1) floorpsace and sports and leisure (Class D2) floorspace; and associated access, parking and public open space. The original Outline consent (W1/08-0613) was an environment impact assessment application and an environmental statement was submitted to Cornwall Council at that time. (Details following application no. pursuant to Outline permission PA13/01370).  read more »

200611 | Work under way for new spine road at North Quay

Work under way for new spine road at North Quay

Work under way for new spine road at North Quay

11 June 2020

An environmental initiative is under way to monitor and protect local wildlife as part of the latest phase in the regeneration of Hayle Harbour.

Environmentalists and ecologists are working alongside the construction team at the site of the North Quay development as preparations are made for a new spine road as part of the transformation of the area into an exciting and vibrant new coastal destination for West Cornwall.  read more »

200422 | John Bennett notes in one of his comments: "The applicant's planning consultant is a former member of the planning team


Mr Andrew Roden
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200525 | PA18-10457 Carnsew Road I am responding to your letter of 5 March 2020 to the mayor of Hayle Town Council


Mr John Bennett

Comment submitted date:  read more »

200512 | North Quay leads phased return to work for Corinthian Homes

North Quay leads phased return to work for Corinthian Homes

North Quay leads phased return to work for Corinthian Homes

North Quay Block A1 foundations

12 May 2020

Work is progressing on the transformation of Hayle Harbour following an announcement by developers Corinthian Homes of a phased return to construction activities across all its sites.

The first foundations are now being laid as part of the North Quay scheme – the centrepiece of an exciting and vibrant new coastal destination for West Cornwall.  read more »

200422 | In response to the Hayle Town Council objection of 21st April 2020 please see our comments below

Mr Dave Slatter

Comment submitted date: Wed 22 Apr 2020

Dear Mr Bainbridge
In response to the Hayle Town Council objection of 21st April 2020 please see our comments below:
In relation to planning policy we have undertaken extensive dialogue with Hayle Town Council and provided advice from a former senior legal counsel to Cornwall Council which demonstrated that the scheme is policy compliant.
We believe Cornwall Senior Management has written to HTC to support this advice and the advice of yourself.
We understand HTC has taken no advice in relation to any of their comments.  read more »

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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191119 | Connor Downs: A new housing development which will see affordable homes built first has been given planning permission

Affordable led Housing (revised scheme) development on land off Greenbank in Connor Downs | PA19/00988

New housing development near Hayle gets the green light

New housing development near Hayle gets the green light

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 2:51pm 19th November 2019.

Written by Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

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 »

PA19/07748 | Application for approval of reserved matters following outline approval PA16/05999: 160 dwellings, public open spac

PA19/07748 | Application for approval of reserved matters following outline approval PA16/05999: 160 dwellings, public open space and associated works (Appearance, Landscaping, Layout, Scale) | Land At High Lanes Hayle

 

Progress Land

 

Land East of Humphry Davy Lane and Land North of High Lanes

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Planning, Housing in Cornwall

Planning and Housing in Cornwall

190118 | Construction of 24 new dwellings Foundry Yard, Carnsew Road | Planning Applications | Minutes | Hayle Town Council

PA18/10457 12/11/18

Applicant: Mr Simon Clarke, Arke Development Ltd

Construction of 24 new dwellings, internal shared surface access road of existing traffic signaled junction and associated parking and infrastructure

Foundry Yard, Carnsew Road, Hayle

3/12/18 –extension req’d and approved  read more »

190228 Images from Board Presentation Drop In Jewson site redevelopment 60 residential units

Proposed redevelopment of the Jewson site to include a new Jewson building and yard with redevelopment and conservation of the remaining premises to provide up to 60 residential units with associated access and open space.
Figure3 Habitats
Historic Environment
Early 19th century engraving of Hayle. The pyramidal sherlegs over the dock can be seen in this illustration, just to right of centre of the picture
Copy of 1853 plan | Carnsew Docks
Copy of 1864 plan | Carnsew Docks
Traced copy of 1876 OS map | Carnsew Docks
Extract from OS 6 Inch map surveyed 1906 | Carnsew Docks
Extract from the 1936 OS 1:2500 map | Carnsew Docks
1930s view of the front of Carnsew Cottages
1930s view of the rear of Carnsew Cottages, showing their catslide roofs, dormers and wash-houses
Early 20th century photo of Carnsew Channel and dock, with the sawmill and chimney in the background
General aerial view of Hayle harbour,c1960
Air photo of Carnsew Quay, c1963
The unusual road limekiln on Carnsew Quay, early 1960s
Harveys showroom and street frontage on Carnsew Road
The aftermath of a major fire in Harveys showroom c1970
Existing Transport & Highways Conditions
Environment Constraints
Historic Constraints
Historic Constraints Listed Buildings
Jewson Redesign

Proposed redevelopment of the Jewson site to include a new Jewson building and yard with redevelopment and conservation of the remaining premises to provide up to 60 residential units with associated access and open space.

Extracts from the Board Presentation - also available as a flipbook from

This is mostly the images with a few text extracts below


 

Ecology [page 28]

A Preliminary Ecological Appraisal was carried out by Tamar Ecology in May 2018

It was found that:  read more »

190215 Jewson site redevelopment 60 residential units | Planning Around Hayle

Proposed redevelopment of the Jewson site to include a new Jewson building and yard with redevelopment and conservation of the remaining premises to provide up to 60 residential units with associated access and open space.
Proposed redevelopment of the Jewson site to include a new Jewson building and yard with redevelopment and conservation of the remaining premises to provide up to 60 residential units with associated access and open space.
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