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180522 | Wyevale Garden Centres on market - willing to accept offers for individual stores, groups or single entity

Wyevale Garden Centres sale: how much will it shake up the industry?

Terra Firma has put Wyevale Garden Centres on the market through Christie & Co and is willing to accept offers for individual stores and groups of centres or to sell as a single entity.


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180515 | Eight Cornwall beaches join official list of bathing waters for new season - Cornwall Live

Foam edged wave on Godrevy beach (Image: Georgina Ball)

Eight Cornwall beaches join official list of bathing waters for new season

South Fistral beach, Booby’s Bay, Mexico Towan, Upton Towan and Godrevy, Northcott Mouth beach, Gwynver Beach and Tregonhawke have all been added to the list  read more »

180430 | Marine Hub Cornwall agrees new collaboration with Marine Energy Wales

Marine Hub Cornwall agrees new collaboration with Marine Energy Wales

Marine Hub Cornwall, which was set up to help grow the marine industry in the county and to promote its world-class marine capabilities, has formally agreed a new collaboration with Marine Energy Wales. Funded by the Welsh Government, Marine Energy Wales aims to make the country a global leader in marine renewable energy.  read more »

180521 | Plans submitted for Historic Hayle Harbour - David Lock Associates

Katie Christou

Posted 21/05/2018 by Katie Christou  read more »

180523 | FCBS submits third phase of designs for historic Cornish harbour | News | Architects Journal

THIRD PHASE: Proposals for Hayle north quay submitted May 2018  Source: Forbes Massie
PHASE THREE: Third phase of FCBS's Hayle harbour scheme (red) and second (yellow)
THIRD PHASE: Proposals for Hayle north quay submitted May 2018  Source: Forbes Massie
THIRD PHASE: Proposals for Hayle north quay submitted May 2018  Source: Forbes Massie
THIRD PHASE: Models for Hayle north quay submitted May 2018
THIRD PHASE: Hayle north quay masterplan May 2018  Source:fcbstudios
THIRD PHASE: Hayle north quay by FCBS May 2018  Source: Forbes Massie
THIRD PHASE: Sketch of sheltered garden at Hayle North Quay May 2018  Source:fcbstudios
THIRD PHASE: hayle north quay elevational diagrams May 2018  Source:fcbstudios
PHASE 2: South Quay elevation diagrams by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios [March 2018]  Source:FCBS
PHASE 2: View of South Quay Yard - phase 2 of the approved South Quay development by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios [March 2018]  Source: Forbes Massie
PHASE 2: View of South Quay head in Hayle by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios [March 2018]  Source: Forbes Massie

FCBS submits third phase of designs for historic Cornish harbour

160727 | PA14 02920-Outline Planning Permission-1665897

PA14_02920-Site_Access-3146261.14165 Detail
PA14_02920-Loggans_Roundabout_Works-2814638.14165 Detail

PA14_02920-Outline_Planning_Permission-1665897.rtf



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REFUSED: PA17/11764 | Listed building consent application for removal of garden potting shed & construction of garage &artist st

PA17 11764-BLOCK PLAN WITH CONTEXT HEIGHT COMPARISON-3774025
  1. The proposed garage/studio, by virtue of its inappropriate mass and scale, taller
    than the principle listed building having an inappropriate design would causes
    harm to the setting and special architectural and historic interests of the Grade II
    Listed dwelling 15 Steamers Hill. It has not been demonstrated that there is any
    public benefit, or other justification, that outweighs the harm to the setting of
    the historic character of the building. The application thereby conflicts with
    Policies 12 and 24 of the Cornwall Local Plan Strategic Policies 2010-2030
    (Adopted 22nd November 2016), Government policy 58, 126, 131, 132 and 134
    of the National Planning Policy Framework and the duty imposed by section 16
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REFUSED: PA17/11763 | Removal of garden potting shed & construction of garage & artist studi. - 15 Steamers Hill Angarrack Hayle

  1. The proposed garage/studio, by virtue of its inappropriate mass and scale, taller than the principle listed building having an inappropriate design would causes harm to the setting and special architectural and historic interests of the Grade II Listed dwelling 15 Steamers Hill. It has not been demonstrated that there is any public benefit, or other justification, that outweighs the harm to the setting of the historic character of the building. The application thereby conflicts with Policies 1, 12 and 24 of the Cornwall Local Plan Strategic Policies 2010-2030 (Adopted 22nd November 2016), Government policy 58, 126, and 134 of the National Planning Policy Framework and the duty imposed by section 66 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.
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Angarrack and Hayle area | CPRE Night Blight – reclaiming our dark skies

Interesting illustration of extent of light pollution in and arund Angarrack and Hayle via CPRE's interactive maps at aa

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PA18/03502 | Two storey extension. - Trungle Mill 32 Riverside Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JD

PA18_03502-PROPOSED_ELEVATIONS-3750484
PA18_03502-PROPOSED_FLOOR_AND_ROOF_PLANS-3750479
PA18_03502-LOCATION_AND_SITE_PLANS-3750459

Two storey extension. - Trungle Mill 32 Riverside Angarrack Hayle Cornwall TR27 5JD

Ref. No: PA18/03502 | Received date: Tue 10 Apr 2018 | Status: Pending Decision | Case Type: Planning Application

 

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180201 | CNA2 (Hayle - St Ives) | Division maps - Cornwall Council

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England have announced that from 2021 Cornwall Council will have 87 Councillors. This is a reduction of 36 from the current 123. Work now begins on the development of proposals for the new electoral divisions. The Commission’s first consultation period on division patterns runs until 19 February 2018.

 

via https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/elections/electoral-re...

180101 | St Ives County Constituency proposed | Bounday Commission

Boundary Commission Proposals 2018

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Due to the small electorate of the
existing St Ives constituency, we propose
that it is enlarged along the coast to
incorporate the entirety of St Ives Bay
and the town of Hayle, with which there
are close geographic and communication
links. Similarly, due to the small electorate
of the existing Camborne and Redruth
constituency, exacerbated by moving
Hayle to the proposed St Ives constituency,
we propose that it is also enlarged along
the south coast to incorporate the towns
of Falmouth and Penryn. Consequently,
our proposed name for the constituency
is Falmouth and Camborne.

171207 | Boundary Review Update | Hayle Town Council minutes

d) Boundary Review Update

The clerk distributed a map of the area with the proposed divisions as a summary of ideas from Councillor Pollard and what had been agreed at a recent informal meeting of the town council (see Appendix D).

[9.00pm Councillor Channon left the meeting.]  read more »

171207 | For months CC had been doing due diligence towards taking on the harbour | Hayle Town Council minutes

a) Hayle Harbour Update
[155 STANDING AGENDA ITEMS (FOR REPORTING ONLY)]

Councillor Pollard reported that CC was undergoing a peer challenge which had involved six representatives from all over the country coming to Cornwall to see how the council was operating. Hayle had been visited and a positive meeting held, with Councillors Coad and Pollard putting up a strong case for CC to take over the management of the harbour. A video from the Wave Hub had also been shown.  read more »

171207 | Access to the beach at Sandy Acres discussed | Hayle Town Council

Councillors Pollard and Capper had attended the recent Towans Partnership meeting where access to the beach at Sandy Acres had been discussed.
 
Councillors were reminded that access to the beach at this location had been an aim of the Hayle Neighbourhood Plan, but that NE had objected. A meeting with NE was planned and Councillor Rance was on the case.

via http://www.hayletowncouncil.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/7December2017...

 

See discussion at Towans Partnership of support for impriving Beach Access at Sandy Acres http://np.hayle.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/20170206-Agenda.pdf

171207 | Presentation: Karen Goldup, Development Manager, Coastline Housing Regarding Proposed Development At Loggans Mill Site

151 TO RECEIVE A PRESENTATION FROM KAREN GOLDUP, DEVELOPMENT

MANAGER, OF COASTLINE HOUSING REGARDING ITS PROPOSED

DEVELOPMENT AT THE LOGGANS MILL SITE

The mayor welcomed Karen Goldup and she gave her presentation.

Ms Goldup reported that Coastline Housing had been trying to develop the Loggans Mill site with
CC, which had approached Coastline 14 or 15 months previously to see if the site could be developed
for affordable rented housing.
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171207 | To note email correspondence regarding closure of Hayle branch of Barclays | Hayle Town Council minutes

To note the email correspondence regarding the closure of the Hayle branch of Barclays Bank and to consider if any action is necessary  read more »

171204 | West Cornwall Shopping Park, also in Hayle, which is owned by the company Christian Vision and bought for £26 million

West Cornwall Shopping Park, also in Hayle, which is owned by the company Christian Vision and bought for £26 million.
The West Cornwall Shopping Park at Hayle
The West Cornwall Shopping Park at Hayle

Christian Vision, which calls itself CV, is a global organisation which was originally set up in Birmingham for the promotion of Christianity. Cornwall Live asked Christian Vision why it owns the Cornish retail park, but the mission declined to answer.

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1838 | Francis Harvey inherits Angarrack Inn due to Matthew Tremayne's debts of £225. Joseph Hockin(g) Innkeeper

In his will Matthew Tremayne left the Inn to his children, but he died admitting he owed over £100 to Francis Harvey.

7 March 1838 the children added to the will that Preston Wallis "the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased may be granted  and committed in due form of Law to Francis Harvey of  the Parish of Phillack, Draper, a  creditor of the said deceased and also a Trustee named and appointed in and by the said Will. And we do hereby promise"

12 Mar 1838 Francis Harvey went to the Archdeaconry Court of Cornwall to prove the debt was £225.

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1833 | namely the Inn now in the occupation of my son William together with the stable and other outhouses thereto belonging

In father's will: "I give and bequeath unto my children, William, Henry, Alfred, John, Samuel and Mary equally all the property whatsoever that is my free inheritance namely the Inn now in the occupation of my son William together with the stable and other outhouses thereto belonging and the garden adjoining"

1909 | George Gardner-Symons paints Angarrack

George Gardner Symons An Old Mill, Angarrack

180426 | New town the size of St Ives to be built near Truro | Falmouth Packet

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2018 | Support the Angarrack Christmas lights and win a private box for Sarah Millican Show live at Regal theatre Redruth

Great chance to win a private box for the sold out Sarah Millican Show live at Regal theatre Redruth and support the Angarrack Christmas lights at the same time!

WIN A PRIVATE BOX FOR UP TO SIX PEOPLE
FOR THE SOLD OUT SARAH MILLICAN SHOW

LIVE at REGAL THEATRE REDRUTH

On Monday June 4th, 6pm

 

1st Prize is worth £250 & includes a prosecco & finger buffet

A pair of merlincinemas film tickets to 5 runners up

IN AID OF THE ANGARRACK CHRISTMAS LIGHTS

Tickets from the bar at the Angarrack Inn £2 each or 3 for £5
or via Paypal

Draw to take place Sunday 27th May

1839 | Mrs Mary Courts crossing rail road line near Angarrack incline knocked down by descending train and fatally injured

16th May 1839, an elderly person, Mrs Mary Courts, nee Tremayne, when crossing the rail road line near the Angarrack incline, was knocked down by a descending train and fatally injured

Page 28 : # 67 constantinecornwall.com [1]

 

A booklet entitled, "Angarrack, The Singular History of a Cornish Village", by John Higgans, dated 1986 at Newton Abbot

 

 

1808 | Sale of Mellenoweth Mine Share on 20.12.1808 at the house of John Stephens (Innkeeper) at Angarrack

John Stevens (Innkeeper) An advert in the Royal Cornwall Gazette of 17.12.1808 reads 'Sale of Mellenoweth Mine Share on 20.12.1808 at the house of John Stephens at Angarrack in the parish of Phillack Innkeeper.

1855 | Assignment of lease. £700. (i) George Bazeley, Copperhouse, Phillack merchant. (ii) William Hosken, Phillack, miller

Assignment of lease. £700.   (i) George Bazeley, Copperhouse, Phillack merchant.

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PA17/03881 | The Black Lobster North Quay Hayle Cornwall TR27 4DD | 010093599677

 

Planning Applications (3)

111231 | Loggans Mill | Cornwall Council

Location

The property is located immediately to the east of Hayle town centre and occupies a prominent position with the potential for excellent access onto the A30 via Carwin Rise roundabout. Concerning the immediate vicinity the property is bounded by a Lidl foodstore to the south and a residential development to the north.

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1825 | Hayle Causeway opens

"A work most beneficial to the whole country was com- 
pleted at Hayle in the year 1825, under the authority of an 
Act of Parliament. The passage across the main estuary 
was frequently dangerous and always interrupted by the 
tide ; several of the branches could not be passed at high 
water, and lives were not unfrequently lost. A causeway
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1838 | Tin smelting house at village called Angarrack or Vellarvrane... was decorated with finest garden in West of Cornwall

Phillack, in addition to the copper works at Hoyle, pos-  sesses also a tin smelting house at a village called indifferently Angarrack or Vellarvrane said to be first smelting house established by Becher and other Germans for smeltin

"Phillack, in addition to the copper works at Hoyle, pos-
sesses also a tin smelting house at a village called indiffer-
ently Angarrack or Vellarvrane. It is said to be the first
smelting house established by Becher and the other Ger-
mans for smelting tin ores in reverberatory furnaces by
means of coal. During the life of Mr. William Tremaine
the late managing partner, this place was decorated with the
finest garden in the West of Cornwall. "  read more »

1783 | Mellenoweth estate sold by Arundell family to William Tremayne for £315

Plan of Angarrack Estates  John Higgans

"Mellenoweth was an estate of about fifty nine acres and forms the South-east corner of Angarrack Village. It remained within the manor of Connerton and ownership of the Arundell family for centuries until it was sold to William Tremayne in 1783 for 315 Pounds Sterling. His father first leased Mellenoweth as a sub-tenant of Thomas Glynn of Gwinear in 1737.

In 1800 William mortgaged Mellenoweth to a Mary Strickland who, in the same year sold the property with the exception of the Angarrack Inn.  read more »

1850 | TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable Inn or Public-house, called the L A M B I N N | Angarrack Inn

Via The Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet, and General Advertiser (Truro, England), Friday, June 21, 1850; pg. [1]; Issue 2452. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.

PUBLIC HOUSE
In Angarrack, in Phillack, to be Let.
TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, all that desirable
Inn or Public-house, called the

L A M B           I N N

And Gardens thereto annexed with the appurtenances,
situate in Angarrack, in the parish of Phillack, in the
county of Cornwall, and now in the occupation of Mr.
James Polkinghorne as tenant thereof.

For viewing the premises apply to the said Mr.
POLKINGHORNE, and for further particulars to
Mr. ARUNDEL ROGERS,
Solicitor, Helston.  read more »

Harbour Fest Hayle 2018

Harbour Fest Hayle 2018

We have been given the green light to set up a new event in Hayle! This is super exciting and we have now submitted a license application for Harbour Fest Hayle the first weekend in August 2018.

This event is being run by local individuals, in our spare time and we are not running this event with any other organisations or past events previously held here. We are trying to make this happen on the North Quay and with the dates 3rd & 4th Aug.

We would love to get as much support locally as we can for this event and want to involve local groups, bands, dance groups, food folk and anyone else who thinks they can help make this a brilliant event for everyone.

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PA18/03826 | Proposed replacement dwelling - Trungle Farm 4 Access Lane To Trungle Farm Herland Hill Gwinear TR27 5JY

Proposed replacement dwelling - Trungle Farm 4 Access Lane To Trungle Farm Herland Hill Gwinear TR27 5JY

Ref. No: PA18/03826 | Received date: Tue 24 Apr 2018 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application


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180424 | Ex-naval captain joins Swathe Services | Business Cornwall

180404 | Hayle-based farm Riviera Produce to supply cauliflowers all year round after £5 million investment in partnership with

Hayle-based farm Riviera Produce to supply cauliflowers all year round after £5 million investment in partnership with Aldi

The Hayle-based farm started working with Aldi six years ago

The Hayle-based farm started working with Aldi six years ago  read more »

1342 | Mellanvrane Mill at Angarrack is first recorded as "Melyn Bran"

Mellanvrane Mill at Angarrack is first recorded as "Melyn Bran" in 1342

 

Reference : MCO27820
Name : MELLANVRANE MILL - Medieval corn mill, Post Medieval corn mill
Monument type : CORN MILL; CORN MILL
Period : Medieval
Form : DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE; DOCUMENTARY EVIDENCE
Summary : Mellanvrane Mill at Angarrack is first recorded as "Melyn Bran" in 1342.
Link to further information : http://www.heritageg...
PrefRef : 31789
PeriodFrom : Medieval to 19th Century  read more »

180327 | PA18/00767/PREAPP | Pre-application advice sought in respect of an extra care development comprising 73, one and two be

Ground Floor plan

PA18/00767/PREAPP | Pre-application advice sought in respect of an extra care development comprising 73, one and two bedrooms' apartments and associated communal facilities | R And J Supplies Steadman Works 19 Copper Terrace Copperhouse Hayle Cornwall TR27 4EB  read more »

Historic Environment Planning West Majors Comment Date: Mon 12 Mar 2018

Historic Environment Planning West Majors

 

Comment Date: Mon 12 Mar 2018

This application by the lack of a HIA informing the proposals and by virtue of the large extension, with two large lantern lights, picket fence and non-specified roof covering occupying the whole yard harms the architectural character and spatial proportions of this classical proportioned listed building and does not comply with policies NPPFP128 and 134 and Cornwall Local Plan policies 12 and 24 and sections 66 and 72 of the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990.  read more »

180328 | Longboat - Angarrack

We lost the match to the longboat PZ 4-3 so not so bad.
And we won the gallon ,finished off by Das on the double 7.......

 

ANGARRACK INN LADIES DARTS TEAM

via https://www.facebook.com/groups/183548005404310/permalink/41468697229041...

180411 | A30 Chiverton to Carland Cross | HIGHWAYS ENGLAND UPDATES

A30 newsletter issue 4pdf page 1
A30 newsletter issue 4pdf page 2
A30 newsletter issue 4pdf page 3
A30 newsletter issue 4pdf page 4

Progress report

The statutory consultation on the A30 Chiverton to Carland Cross dualling scheme has now closed. We’d like to thank everyone who participated in the consultation, using the opportunity to speak to the project team and share their feedback on the proposal. We will now consider all the responses very carefully before moving onto the next stage of the scheme development.

View our latest newsletter.

What next?

We will spend the next few months analysing the responses from the public consultation, and combining this information with the results of ongoing surveys.  read more »

180221 | PA18/00895 | Rear extension | The Angarrack Inn 12 Steamers Hill Angarrack TR27 5JB

Email with Amended Plans - Ground Floor
Email with Amended Plans - Fist Floor

PA18/00895 | Rear extension | The Angarrack Inn 12 Steamers Hill Angarrack TR27 5JB

Related application Listed Building Consent: Rear extension Ref. No: PA18/00896 | Status: Awaiting decision  read more »

Planning 2018 | Angarrack

Planning matters in 2018 in Angarrack

180112 | PA18/00216 | Submission of details to discharge conditions 5, 7 and 9 in respect of Decision Notice PA10/08329 dated 20

PA18_00216-SM_WSI_CARWIN_HAYLE_DEC_2017_CONDITION_5-3624547.Figure3
Decision Notice PA10/08329 dated 20th June 2013. | Land At Carwin Rise (opposite Richards Farm Shop)
PA18_00216-PEDESTRAIN_AND_CYCLE-3747193

 

Submission of details to discharge conditions 5, 7 and 9 in respect of Decision Notice PA10/08329 dated 20th June 2013

http://planning.cornwall.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.d...

PA18/00216 | Submission of details to discharge conditions 5, 7 and 9 in respect of Decision Notice PA10/08329 dated 20th June 2013. | Land At Carwin Rise (opposite Richards Farm Shop) Loggans Cornwall TR27 5DG  read more »

Public Comments (3) | PA17/04181 | Application for the approval of Reserved Matters pursuant to hybrid permission PA12/10064 for

Mr Stephen Murley 24 Tredrea Lane St Erth TR27 6JS

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180314 | Hayle residents describe tragic A30 scene after 28-year-old St Erth man is killed in collision with lorry - Cornwall Li

The scene on the Hayle bypass on Tuesday night

Hayle residents describe tragic A30 scene after 28-year-old St Erth man is killed in collision with lorry

'There are far too many accidents on this road'  read more »

180312 | Thefts from vans in Hayle - CR-021154-18

Culdrose - Braving the strong wind & snow conditions on the road outside the Air Station, some @RNASCuldrose Sailors who own fou

Braving the strong wind & snow conditions on the road outside the Air Station, some @RNASCuldrose Sailors who own four wheel drive vehicles, have spent several hours rescuing those stranded. Stay Safe #SnowAngels #SNOWMAGGEDDON #StormEmma #cornwallsnow pic.twitter.com/B9354uhHZy  read more »