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191106 | New Helston retail and business park on land near Cornish Oven

Gauge says 0.816m seems higher - overtopped? 2 Nov 2019

 

 

 

 

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191024 | New B-Lines to put the buzz back into Cornwall

New B-Lines to put the buzz back into Cornwall

An ambitious new plan for helping our bees, butterflies, hoverflies and other pollinating insects is being launched today by Buglife, the University of Exeter and Cornwall Council.

Cornwall B-Lines will create rivers of wildflowers across the countryside connecting the county’s best wildlife sites from coast to coast, and from our towns to the countryside.  read more »

191021 | Power-hungry households in Cornwall use more electricity than average

21st October

Power-hungry households in Cornwall use more electricity than average

By Kashyap Raibagi Data Reporter
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191022 | The families forced to choose rent OR food Cornish charities warn benefit changes are hitting hard

The families forced to choose rent OR food

Cornish charities warn benefit changes are hitting hard

The families forced to choose rent OR food

The families forced to choose rent OR food

Published by Emma Carton at 10:14am 21st October 2019. (Updated at 9:06am 22nd October 2019)  read more »

191021 | Tyres slashed in Angarrack

A van parked under the viaduct on Riverside, had its tyres slashed. Anyone with any information please contact the Police by

PA19/08727 | Outline planning permission with some matters reserved (access): Construction of up to three dwellings | Land Adj T

Outline planning permission with some matters reserved (access): Construction of up to three dwellings - Land Adj To 17 Back Lane Angarrack Cornwall TR27 5JE

Ref. No: PA19/08727 | Received date: Fri 04 Oct 2019 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application

Residential garden land associated with Mellanoweth House


 

 

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PA19/08759 | Submission of details to discharge condition 4 in relation to decision notice PA16/03519 - Hayle Retail Park CEMP

Submission of details to discharge condition 4 in relation to decision notice PA16/03519 - Hayle Retail Park And Marsh Lane Nature Reserve Marsh Lane Hayle TR27 5LX

Ref. No: PA19/08759 | Received date: Mon 07 Oct 2019 | Status: Pending Consideration | Case Type: Planning Application
4 No Development, including site preparation works or engineering operations shall
commence on site, including ground preparation works until a Construction
Environment Management Plan (CEMP) has been submitted to and approved in
writing by the local planning authority and the approved development shall be
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191015 | PA19/08063 | Approved unconditional | Non material amendment to amend conditions 23 and 29 attached to decision notice

Non material amendment to amend conditions 23 and 29 attached to decision notice PA12/10064 so with accord with conditions 7 and 8 attached to decision notice PA17/04182 - South Quay Access To South Quay Hayle Cornwall

Ref. No: PA19/08063 | Received date: Fri 13 Sep 2019 | Status: Approved unconditional | Case Type: Planning Application

Your proposed amendment to the above planning application received on13 September 2019 as listed below has been considered under S96A of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and has been determined to be non material.  read more »

191001 | Remembering Cunaide, part 2 | Hayle Pump

Remembering Cunaide

Remembering Cunaide –Part 2

Remembering Cunaide Part 2, and last issue’s Part 1, written by Stephen Murley.

There was some artistic license used in part 1 by the author, but articles are based heavily on newspaper articles from c1844 and information at Hayle Heritage Centre.  read more »

191015 | Hayle Town Council | Cornwall Community Governance Reviews

 

 

 

Council Corner
October and November 2019

Cornwall Council’s Community Governance Review

Following the Boundary Review that occurred last year, Cornwall Council is now part way through a consultation looking at all parish and town boundaries and warding arrangements throughout the county. Hayle Town Council made an initial submission to Cornwall Council, as part of the first phase of the consultation.

Hayle Town Council agreed that it was neither appropriate nor relevant to consider the potential impact of moving houses in or out of its parish in terms of Council Tax, it based its proposals purely on which community the residents of the properties would most identify with.  read more »

191015 | Wanted: gentlemen footballers of a generous girth

191014 | Badger Cull making TB worse!

Cull making TB worse!


Badger cull 'made TB crisis worse'

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1985 | A30 Hayle by-pass | Land acquisition and compensation | Total estimated cost including works

Road Works (Compensation)

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Chronology: SW - Angarrack

2003-01-01 South West

[1] Place Angarrack: A three foot torrent of water swept through the village after a storm drain cover was blown off. Three homes and a garden were flooded. ‘Parts of the village have flooded 6 times in the last 25 years but this is definitely the worst’.
[2] Pengersick Castle was flooded to a depth of 2 feet and ancient manuscripts were damaged.
[3] Place Crowlas: In the early hours of New Year’s Day the town was flooded for the eighth time in seven weeks. The excessive frequency of flooding was ascribed to changes in farming practices and the removal of hedgerows.  read more »

Chronology: SW - Hayle

  1. 1849-09-08 South West

    [1] Hayle district had a thunderstorm. Buildings were struck and set alight and a cow killed.

    Rainfall: N/A

    Source: N Devon Jour 13 Sep  read more »

Chronology: SW

191014 | Cornwall has a history of serious floods - and they could get much worse

Cornwall has a history of serious floods - and they could get much worse

More and more floods are expected due to climate change  read more »

Written Scheme of Investigation for Archaeological Mitigation | Wessex Archaeology

ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL BACKGROUND

2.1.1 The following archaeological background is largely drawn from the archaeological
deskbased assessment prepared by CgMs Ltd for the site in 2014 (CgMs 2014) and the Cornwall
and Scilly Historic Environment Record (HER). An updated HER search was undertaken in
July 2019
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191003 | Commercial Hydrographic Training with USV

Swathe Services, a Hydrographic survey support company in Hayle, Cornwall UK ran what it calls the world’s first Multi-Beam Echo-Sounder training course using a remotely operated Unmanned Surface Vessel

Commercial Hydrographic Training with USV

  •  Swathe Services
  •  Swathe Services
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Property rules BOMBSHELL: You could add a two-storey extension WITHOUT planning permission ‘permission in principle’

Key changes:

Housing secretary announced plans to allow homeowners to build two-storey extensions in a further rollout of permitted development rights (PDR), first unveiled last year

The new rights will first be given to blocks of flats and then extended to all detached homes.

According to reports, controversial proposals to allow commercial buildings to be demolished and rebuilt as residential without planning permission have also been confirmed.  read more »

The Dark Bee Apis mellifera mellifera in the United Kingdom

The Dark Bee Apis mellifera mellifera in the United Kingdom

The article below is based on a lecture given by Philip Denwood to the SICAMM Conference in Landquart, Switzerland, on 1st September 2012  read more »

Cornish Black Honey Bee (Apis mellifera mellifera or Amm)

Facts about the Cornish Black Bee  read more »

130610 | Rare Cornish black honeybee found to resist colony collapse virus

Rare Cornish black honeybee found to resist colony collapse virus


10 Jun 2013
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    140910 | Duchy Supports Project to Save Cornish Black Honey Bees

    Duchy Supports Project to Save Cornish Black Honey Bees

    The Prince of Wales meets Andrew Brown, Lt. Col. Bentham-Green and Rodger Dewhurst from the B4 Project at Duchy of Cornwall Nursery in July 2014.

    The Duchy of Cornwall is supporting a project to save the Cornish remnants of the native Black Honey Bee.  read more »

    Bee friendly...

    £1.8 billion cost of replacing bee pollination 28% Cornish bumblebees now extinct
    Top tips to help pollinators: 1. Create homes; 2, Be less tidy!
    Top tips to help pollinators: 3 Plant, 4 Go organic, 5 Ditch pesticides
    Let your garden go wild to help the bees

    PA19/07748 | Application for approval of reserved matters following outline approval PA16/05999: 160 dwellings, public open spac

    PA19/07748 | Application for approval of reserved matters following outline approval PA16/05999: 160 dwellings, public open space and associated works (Appearance, Landscaping, Layout, Scale) | Land At High Lanes Hayle

     

    Progress Land

     

    Land East of Humphry Davy Lane and Land North of High Lanes

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    191001 | Roadworks CLOSURE B3301 St Ives Lane, Gwithian 1 October to 14 November (24 hours)

    Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

    Location: St Ives Lane, Gwithian

    Timing: 1st October 2019 to 14th November 2019 (24 hours)

    Contact: South West Water Tel: 0344 3462020

    Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents:

    https://one.network/?tm=114644235
    (was https://roadworks.org?tm=114644235)

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    190924 | Police cars in west Cornwall get life-saving defibrillators

    Police cars in west Cornwall get life-saving defibrillators

    Police cars in west Cornwall get life-saving defibrillators

    Published by Sarah Yeoman at 12:34pm 24th September 2019. (Updated at 8:00pm 24th September 2019)

    Police cars in west Cornwall are now equipped with life-saving defibrillators - thanks to the latest donation from a local charity.

    Officers across the Duchy now have 23 of the machines that deliver an electric shock to restart someone's heart.  read more »

    190922 | Par and St Blazey set to get cash boost to help protect against flooding

    Cornish villages get cash boost to help protect against flooding

    Cornish villages get cash boost to help protect against flooding

    Published by Sarah Yeoman at 7:01am 22nd September 2019. (Updated at 7:39am 22nd September 2019)  read more »

    190923 | Cornwall is on the edge of a 'second golden era'

    190920 | Sneak peek at Cornwall's massive new M&S

    Sneak peek at Cornwall's massive new M&S

    Sneak peek at Cornwall's massive new M&S

    Published by Sarah Yeoman at 1:02pm 20th September 2019.

    This is what Cornwall's massive brand new M&S store will look like.

    It has been revealed that the shop at the Kingsley Village Shopping Park in Fraddon will open on Wednesday 23rd October.  read more »

    190923 | Thunderstorm warning issued for whole of Cornwall

    Weather warning out for torrential rain in Cornwall

    Weather warning out for torrential rain in Cornwall

    Published by Emma Carton at 1:22pm 21st September 2019. (Updated at 7:14am 22nd September 2019)

    The Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for Cornwall, for torrential rain.

    The yellow alert will be in force from just after midnight until 8pm on Sunday.  read more »

    190922 | Dogs on beaches consultation reminder

    190921 | 18 cases of potentially deadly dog disease, Lungworm in Cornwall

    18 cases of potentially deadly dog disease in Cornwall

    18 cases of potentially deadly dog disease in Cornwall

    Published by Sarah Yeoman at 7:00am 21st September 2019. (Updated at 7:46am 21st September 2019)

    A warning is going out to dog owners as it is revealed there have been 18 cases of a potentially deadly disease in Cornwall.

    According to new research millions of people are unaware of lungworm, which is spreading across the country.  read more »

    190918 | The ‘Pharmacy of Yesteryear’ explained at Coads Green WI

    190920 | Petition: Creation of Dual Carriageway between Camborne and St Erth Cornwall

    Creation of Dual Carriageway between Camborne and St Erth Cornwall

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    190920 | Fresh petition to dual 'dangerous' bypass on A30

    Fresh petition to dual 'dangerous' bypass on A30

    Fresh petition to dual 'dangerous' bypass on A30

    Published by Emma Carton at 7:40am 19th September 2019. (Updated at 4:38pm 19th September 2019)  read more »

    190920 | Roadworks on the B3301 Loggans Road, Hayle

    B3301 Loggans Road, Hayle, Cornwall
    20 September -- 24 September
    Delays possible Some carriageway incursion
    Works location: O/S 13
    Works description: TO MAKE TEMPORARY REINSTATEMENT PERMANENT
    Responsibility for works: South West Water
    Current status: Planned work about to start
    Works reference: LM213MB7889543  read more »

    The St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration (STARR) project

    190708 | StARR river table helps show flood effects on landscape

    St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration Project (StARR) visualisation
    St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration Project (StARR)

    190918 | Bodriggy surgery need your old inhalers

    Mike Preece

    Upton Towans - 2 hours ago

    Bodriggy surgery need your old inhalers

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    190918 | Body Cam Squad now across Cornwall

    St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration (StARR) Project

    St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration Project (StARR) visualisation
    St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration Project (StARR)

    The St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration (STARR) project aims to reduce flood risk to communities living and working in the St Austell Bay area, particularly in Par and St Blazey. The proposed scheme will bring additional benefits to the area by encouraging investment and making St Austell Bay a better place to work, live and play.

    To progress the development of StARR we are working in partnership with:  read more »

    190914 | Community Governance – do we still need the parishes? Bude Area

    Community Governance – do we still need the parishes?

    190912 | Drop-in sessions on health care in west Cornwall

    Drop-in sessions on health care in west Cornwall

    Drop-in sessions on health care in west Cornwall

    Published by Emma Carton at 3:15pm 12th September 2019. (Updated at 3:18pm 12th September 2019)

    Drop-in sessions are being held on the future of health care in west Cornwall.

    The first is happening in St Ives tonight, amid a review of community services right across Penwith.  read more »

    190907 | White storks are released in Britain in the hope they will breed after more than 600 years

    White storks are released in Britain in the hope they will breed after more than 600 years

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    190908 | White storks spread across England for first time in 600 years as rewilding project tackles biodiversity crisis

    White storks spread across England for first time in 600 years as rewilding project tackles biodiversity crisis

    Sixth mass-extinction event to ever face our planet is currently underway, scientists warn  read more »

    Hayle Growth Area Masterplan : Consultation Document

    Hayle Growth Area Masterplan : Consultation Document The Creation of a New Neighbourhood September 2019
    Image 1 : Aerial photograph of the site
    Figure 1 : Site Allocations Development Plan Document extract
    Figure 2 : Masterplan option 1 : High Lanes A30 junction
    Option 1 Tolroy: Figure 3 : Masterplan option 2 :Tolroy A30 junction
    School option 1: Figure 5 : Primary School sub- option 1 location
    School option 2: Figure 6 : Primary School sub- option 2 location
    Image 3 : New health facilities Image 4 : New primary school Image 5 : New sports provision Image 6 : New main street and connected street network Image 7 : New employment space integrated positively into the townscape Image 8 :Example of a Local Centre/
    Figure 7 : Access Hierarchy
    Figure 8 : Plan showing the potential location of local and neighbourhood centres
    Image 9 : Natural play facilities within an eco-valley park and new play areas Image 10 : Community orchards and growing areas Image 11 : Hillside country park Image 12 : Wetland/ sustainable drainage and boardwalks Image 13 : The creation of wildlife cor
    Figure 6 : Landscape & footpath/ cycle access strategy
    Images of exemplar/ Cornish office & employment developments: Image 15 :Hayle marine renwewables : PBWC architects. Image 16: St Austell Print Works : Image 17 : Commercial / industrial developments ( Redruth) Image 18 : Hayle Foundry : Stride Treglown Ar
    Image 15 : Illustrative masterplan overlay showing the employment areas next to the A30 1 2 1 2 Employment Area next to the A30 Mixed use area ( employment with residential )
    Creating Better Townscape Figure 22 & 23 : (Below ) : Examples of 3 bedroom terrace houses Image 20 : Commercial Road, Hayle : Main Street frontage Image 21 : Nansledan, Newquay Image 22 : Penpol Road, Hayle : terraces Image 23 : Contemporary interpretati
    Figure 24 & 25 : (Above ) : Examples of 2/3 bedroom smaller terrace houses Image 24: St John’s Street, Hayle : terraces Image 27 : Contemporary interpretation : Chichester Figure 26 & 27 : (Above ) : Examples of Paired Villas Image 26 : Queen’s Way. Hayle
    Image 27: Illustrative masterplan 1 Predominantly Residential 2 New Primary School option 3 Mixed Use (employment and residential) 4 Employment 5 Multi-use green space
    Image 27: Illustrative masterplan (east) 1 Predominantly Residential 2 New Primary School option 3 Mixed Use (employment and residential) 4 Employment 5 Multi-use green space

    Hayle Growth Area Masterplan : Consultation Document
    The Creation of a New Neighbourhood
    September 2019

    Contents

    1. Introduction
    2. Consultation
    3. The Vision
    4. The Concept Masterplan
    5. Delivering Infrastructure
    6. Green Infrastructure
    7. Delivering Employment Space
    8. Creating Better Townscape
    9. Next Steps
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    Hayle Growth Area Masterplan Consultation

    Hayle Growth Area Masterplan Consultation

    Hayle Town Council and Cornwall Council would like to see higher quality development coming forward in Hayle.

    To help achieve this a masterplan is being prepared which offers the opportunity for the Town Council, Hayle residents and Cornwall Council to take a proactive approach to how it believes development in this area should come forward.  read more »

    190830 | Birders claim first sighting of brown booby in UK

    190902 | Two Communities, 300 Miles Apart, Celebrate Their Solidarity | Grenfell Street Mousehole

    Street Sign to Carry the Grenfell Green Heart

    Two Communities, 300 Miles Apart, Celebrate Their Solidarity

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    Paths and Rights of Way | Cornwall Council

    Cornwall Council Rights and Responsibilities

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    Hayle Growth Area Masterplan

    Hayle Town Council and Cornwall Council would like to see higher quality development coming forward in Hayle.

    To help achieve this a masterplan is being prepared which offers the opportunity for the Town Council, Hayle residents and Cornwall Council to take a proactive approach to how it believes development in this area should come forward.

    Flooding Cornwall

    Flood and Flooding information for Cornwall

     

    See also

    Flooding & Angarrack Stream

     

    190831 | Owner distraught after horrific acid attack on dog in Cornwall

    190830 | Prorogue Protest Truro

    Post a message, sell an item or start a petition

    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 »

    Flood Risk PA19/06344 | Construction of proposed industrial building. | Land SE Of Unit 24 Marsh Lane Industrial Estate

    Flood Risk Report


    Chartered Town Planner
    5 Polwithen Road
    Penzance
    Cornwall TR18 4JS

    Tel.: 01736 369874
    Email:  HYPERLINK "mailto:jonpender@hotmail.co.uk" jonpender@hotmail.co.uk


    LAND S.E. OF UNIT 24, MARSH LANE INDUSTRIAL ESTATE,
    HAYLE TR27 5JR

    CONSTRUCTION OF AN INDUSTRIAL BUILDING


    M S and D Ltd

    CORNWALL COUNCIL ref. PA19/06344


    FLOOD RISK ASSESSMENT



    August 2019  read more »

    PA19/06344 | Construction of proposed industrial building. | Land SE Of Unit 24 Marsh Lane Industrial Estate Hayle Cornwall

    PA19/06344 | Construction of proposed industrial building. | Land SE Of Unit 24 Marsh Lane Industrial Estate Hayle Cornwall

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    REFUSED: PA19/05847 | Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Demolition of Existing Agricultural Buildings

    PA19/05847 | Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Demolition of Existing Agricultural Buildings

    REFUSED - PA19/05847 | Outline planning permission with all matters reserved: Demolition of Existing Agricultural Buildings  read more »

    190801 | John Bennett reports - As of August 2019, the outline consent for PA14/02920 has expired

    August 2019

    Via John Bennett's Hayle.Net site http://hayle.net/:

    Outline planning consent for PA14/02920 at Hayle Rugby Club by Walker Developments was granted on 19 November 2015. It was stated that this project would be moving ahead quickly. It is important that it does so that the Loggans Moor roundabout can be upgraded and projects that already have consent can move forward. The counter below shows the number of days since award of planning consent.  read more »

    Outline consent for PA16/03519 expires on 16 May 2020