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190128 | Project 2026 - British Horse Society

Project 2026 - British Horse Society


This is a national web based project with the aim of identifying routes which potentially are unrecorded Rights of Way and to record progress towards submitting Definitive Map Modification Order Applications. There is a separate sub-project for each County or Local Highways Authority area.

Please see Project 2026 Cornwall  read more »

Paths and Rights of Way | Cornwall Council

Cornwall Council Rights and Responsibilities

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190828 | Dogs on beaches PSPO consultation 2019

How can I have my say on future PSPOs for dogs on beaches?

As part of the consultation we have developed a PSPO (Dogs on Beaches) consultation survey.

Please complete the survey to give your opinion on the future shape of PSPO’s for dog on beaches in Cornwall.

The consultation will run for 12 weeks from 27 August until 19 November 2019.

Once the survey closes, we will analyse the responses and report back to the Council.

The intention is that the Council will consider a report in January 2020 on PSPO’s (Dog on Beaches). This report will include the results of the consultation.  read more »

190828 | Should we have dog friendly beaches?


Should we have dog friendly beaches?

Wednesday, 28 August 2019 - Environment

by Cornish Times  read more »

190802 | Saints Trails to be exhibited

Dogs on beaches Public Space Protection Orders Cornwall

What are the current Public Space Protection Orders (Dog on Beaches) in Cornwall?

The current list of PSPO’s shows the PSPO’s that were introduced in 2017, the previous orders and the previous orders for the former Carrick area.  read more »

Walking, Cycling

Walking, Cycling, Leisure, Multi-use trails

190727 | Major development at Hayle harbour takes step forward

Artist impression elevations for the proposed development of South Quay in Hayle harbour
Cornwall Council hopes that its involvement in the development at Hayle Harbour, as seen in this artist's impression, will help provide 600 homes and 600 jobs

Major development at Hayle harbour takes step forward

Major development at Hayle harbour takes step forward

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 2:52pm 26th July 2019. (Updated at 10:54pm 26th July 2019)

By Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

Gwinear & District Footpaths & Bridleways Association | GDFBA

Gwinear & District Footpaths & Bridleways Association via

190330 | Mount's Bay Maritime Park Bay to Bay multi-use trail

Mount's Bay Maritime Park Bay to Bay multi-use trail:

Cycle trail 3

This 30km trail could link towns and villages across west Cornwall with a route which is looking to follow in the footsteps of the popular Camel Trail.

Cornwall Council says the multi-use trail would be a “high quality walking and cycling link acting as a spine, connecting communities, attracting visitors and creating economic and cultural opportunities for West Cornwall:  read more »

190129 | PA18/04577 | Response to heritage, highways, SWCPA(coastal footpath), Police | Letter from Agent

29 January 2019


Dear Peter,

RE: HAYLE HARBOUR Application for the approval of

Reserved Matters for a first phase of development at North

Quay (Ref: PA18/04577)

Following a lengthy consultation period on the above application and
further to the comments which were received on 10" January 2019
collectively from the key heritage consultees (World Heritage Site
team, Historic England and CC’s conservation officer), we write to
set out our response to the comments in the form of focused
amendments to the scheme, as agreed.

Alongside revised architectural and landscape drawings, the
following reports are submitted:  read more »

190128 | Footpaths to take priority | Falmouth Packet

Angarrack Rights of Way
28th January

Footpaths to take priority

By Richard Whitehouse Local Democracy Reporter

150714 | Hayle Harbour Trust is investigating whether it might be possible to restore a causeway across from the Spit to Lelant

Late 1700s in yellow, Shorter route in green | Restore a causeway across from the Spit to Lelant Quay
Map of the footpaths across Lelant Water in 1828, just after the Causeway was opened (1825)


The Hayle Harbour Trust is investigating whether it might be possible to restore a causeway across from the Spit to Lelant Quay. The first image shows the approximate original route from the late 1700s in yellow and a shorter route in green. Would anyone object to this? The Harbour Master has given preliminary support since Lelant Water is not considered a navigable waterway. It would not affect the ability of vessels to pass up there at high tide and would permit foot traffic for quite a large percentage of the day. It would make a nice connection/short cut on the Coastal Footpath.  read more »



From Hayle Town Council 20 June 2013, Minutes of Full Council

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130626 | Closure Footpath 16 development works to 1st Jan 2014 | Cornwall Council

As reported in Hayle Pump 110

Footpath to the Weir Closed

The path down to the weir is temporarily closed over Carnsew Quay behind Jewsons. This is to permit development work connected with repairing the sluice gates and tunnels to re-introduce sluicing. The alternative rote is the long way around Carnsew basin/pool joining behind the old Mitchell the Printers, or by the Tempest building at the start of Hayle Causeway. This will be for a matter of months.  read more »

130603 | News from John Pollard Cornwall Councillor Hayle North


Road Issues

I had a very good meeting with the Highways engineer last week and once again we reviewed the issues in my Division. io know the process is very slow but if you have contacted me about yellow lines or parking congestion please be assured they are all logged and in the pipeline.  read more »

130411 | Seven-year closure water under bridge | This is Cornwall

As reported in The Cornishman/West Briton Thursday, April 11, 2013

Seven-year closure water under bridge

Thursday, April 11, 2013

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