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

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). | North Quay Road Hayle Harbour Hayle


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Reference PA20/05161
Alternative Reference PP-08787437
Application Validated Tue 23 Jun 2020
Address North Quay Road Hayle Harbour Hayle
Proposal 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).
Status Awaiting decision
Appeal Status Unknown
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Mr M Hocking

Comment submitted date: Tue 30 Jun 2020

I agree with the previous comment surrounding affordable housing.

My late grandfather used to talk about a developer who wished to develop Hayle and it sounds similar to the description he gave (he was a standing Councillor and strongly objected).

Another matter he always brought up, affordable housing... Affordable to WHO, I am in what I would regard a reasonably well paid job and I can afford little more than a pokey flat despite saving hard.

The area should have been reserved for EVERYONE and no residential units should have been built purely for the well off, I don't know how any hard working Cornish resident that could genuinely afford to buy one of those residential units.

There was a great opportunity to create a space for EVERYONE to enjoy, it could of been beautifully landscaped with a small number of retail units and eateries and reserve a large portion for craft workshops (that could have served for education also), Local produce, festivals for food, drink, local arts... Celebrate nature, instead of building on it a nature reserve with walks and educational tools could have been created, rather than kill off some of what was there.

Instead there will be like all developments like this, residential units bought by the wealthy and left empty except for their visits on a whim... and those that are occupied often will likely be just another investment for someone to profit from as a rental.

I don't imagine my opinion will carry much weight though

Mr Andrew Turner

Comment submitted date: Mon 29 Jun 2020

The need for more truly affordable housing out weighs the the need for more unaffordable,expensive properties on this site.The sewage system in the Hayle area is at maximum capacity and the people behind this development won't be asked to contribute the millions required to make the water and sewage system adequate for this or the other development around the Hayle area.The People of Cornwall will once again have to foot the bill for incoming new property owners.

 

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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

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