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170306 | A presentation from Coastline Housing about the new Coastline Corporate Pla | Hayle & St Ives Community Network Meeting

A presentation from Coastline Housing about the new Coastline Corporate Plan and the Loggans Mill proposal – Karen Goldup, Coastline Housing

Please see attached Karen’s presentation: ‘Coastline Presentation for Community Network - March 2017’

Ian Thompson – Cornwall Council, Property Team

In the past the Council has undertaken a number of studies suggesting various uses. When it’s been taken to market there has been no interest. Discussions are ongoing with Coastline Housing for affordable housing. Cornwall Council Affordable Housing funds have been used to carry out structural studies.


  • Suggested contact is made with Town Council to get this on an agenda with the timescale in mind - Karen agreed to contact the Clerk.
  • Can the Town Council have site of the survey reports - Karen agreed to send a copy.
  • Concern for access to the mill.

    A: access will be from the housing side not Lidls.

  • What nomination rights does Cornwall Council have over allocations?

    A: allocation of all affordable homes goes through the Cornwall Homechoice Scheme.

  • There was a lot of support for the project and development for the area at the meeting.
  • Emphasis that housing is the only scheme viable.
  • What are the average affordable rents?

    A: this varies per area. 80% of open market rent.

  • Properties will all be rentals as shared ownership will not be affordable.




Presentation - can only find the Google extract of the Powerpoint presentation



Presentation to Hayle and St Ives Community Network Panel

Presented by Karen Goldup of Coastline Housing


  • Corporate Plan 2017-2021
  • Redevelopment of Loggans Mill, Hayle
  • Questions

Who are Coastline?

  • Independent, not for profit Housing Association based in Redruth
  • Kerrier Local Authority Stock transfer
  • Owns and manages over 4,200 homes
  • Growing annual turnover and employs over 200 staff

Progress since 2013-2017 Plan

  • Achieved upper quartile customer satisfaction of 90%
  • Improved our productivity, with our operating margin (a

key measure of our productivity) increasing from 27% to 32%,

putting us in the top half of housing associations

  • Completed 213 new homes for rent and low cost home


  • Invested £12.1 million improving the quality and energy

efficiency of our existing homes

  • Were recognised by the Sunday Times as the one of the Top

100 Not for Profits to work for in the country (number 75)

Our Mission

2017-2021 Plan

  • We will build 1000 new affordable homes for rent and low cost home ownership
  • We will ensure that none of our homes cost more than £600 per year to heat
  • We will have all of our core customer services available online, and 50% of our customers will be choosing to use these services

2017 -2021 Plan

  • We will grow our income while ensuring that we also increase our productivity, improving our operating margin to 38%, allowing us to invest more in homes and services
  • We will be recognised as a brilliant company to work for, reaching top 50 of the Sunday Times Best Companies

Our Values

Loggans Mill, Hayle


  • Cornwall Council approached Coastline in March 2016
  • Agreement to underwrite initial costs
  • Discussions about land ownership
  • Appointment of consultants by Coastline
  • Safe access to site and building for survey

Progress to date

  • Structural Survey
  • Design proposals
  • Initial discussions with Cornwall Council
  • Funding

Structural Survey

  • The survey was carried out on 13th February 2017.
    • Roof, all internal joists and steels need replacing.
    • Movement in some walls especially over culvert.
    • Tower in good condition
    • Building is capable of being restored but needs swift attention.



Design Proposals

  • All Affordable scheme, most likely Affordable Rent
  • Flats rather than houses – poss 14 units
  • Possible scope for development in the grounds
  • Dependant upon input from Heritage

First thoughts on Design

Initial Discussions

  • Cornwall Council Property Team
    • Agreement on form of contract
    • Agreed nominal land value
  • Cornwall Council Heritage / Affordable Housing Teams
    • Discussions around approach
    • Debate around openings in tower


  • Feasibility / up to planning

-Community Housing Fund

  • Post Planning

-Cornwall Council Programme

-Coastline Loan against rents

-Heritage Lottery Fund

Next Steps

  • Agree Heads of terms and enter into a conditional contract with Cornwall Council.
    • By End April 2017
  • Carry out additional surveys.
    • During March and April 2017
  • Undertake further design work in consultation with Heritage Team
    • During March and April 2017
  • Negotiate Planning Performance Agreement with Cornwall Council
    • By End March 2017

Next Steps 2

  • Set up a Working Party for the scheme and agree Terms of reference
    • April / May 2017
  • Consultation with Hayle Town Council and local members
    • By End April 2017 and on-going
  • Public consultation events
    • April / May 2017 and on-going
  • Submission of planning application
    • End July 2017




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