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161109 | Plans for potential 1,000-home development of Hayle's North Quay to be presented to the public | Cornwall Live

North Quay, Hayle, photographed during 2012 when the site was owned by ING Real Estates
North Quay, Hayle, photographed during 2012 when the site was owned by ING Real Estates

Plans for potential 1,000-home development of Hayle's North Quay to be presented to the public

By wbchris | Posted: November 09, 2016  read more »

160909 | Penpol | PA16/05583 | Proposed demolition redundant ambulance/morgue/garage and workshops: erection terrace of six

Proposed - 70 Penpol Terrace
Existing - 70 Penpol Terrace

The proposed homes development in the old St John's Ambulance Yard (opposite the grey swing bridge) has been approved (with conditions) after a number of failed applications and several revisions.

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160826 | Much-loved and newly-restored Hayle gardens gifted back to the community | West Briton

The restored Isis Garden in Hayle
The mayor of Hayle Nick Farrar and president of the Hayle Branch of the RNLI Pauline Marks (centre) watched by members of the community cut the ribbon to officially re-open the Isis gardens in Foundry Square in Hayle

Via http://www.westbriton.co.uk/much-loved-and-newly-restored-hayle-gardens-...

Much-loved and newly-restored Hayle gardens gifted back to the community

By wbchris | Posted: August 26, 2016  read more »

160825 | Penzance Heliport Ltd - Proposal information

Images: Artist impression of Penzance Heliport / AW139 fifteen seater helicopter
Image: Aerial view of proposed Penzance Heliport site – Credit: Google Maps

From Penzance Heliport Ltd - Proposal information: http://penzanceheliport.co.uk/  read more »

160128 | PA16/00262/PREAPP | Land SW And West Of Trevassack High Lanes Hayle Cornwall | Progress Land Limited

Cornwall Council Planning Resp 290616 - PA16/00262/PREAPP

"An indicative block plan has been submitted which proposes 166 dwellings consisting of 114 open market and 52 affordable."
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