We are now consulting on the Pre-submission Draft St Ives Area Neighbourhood Development Plan
We’ve had a fantastic response to past consultations. What you said you wanted for our area has helped form the draft policies. We need to know what you think. Only the policies with strong community support will go into the final draft.
The consultation will run until 2 January 2015.
Summaries of the policies will be sent to every household, with a return envelope asking if you Agree or Disagree with each policy. Please complete the form and return before 2 January 2015. Or use the Online Survey link above.
DOWNLOAD THE FULL DRAFT AND SUSTAINABILITY APPRAISAL HERE
Events will also be held as follows:
Sat 29 November – Carbis Bay Memorial Hall 11-1pm
Sat 29 November – Halsetown Inn 2-4pm
Sat 6 December – The Badger, Lelant 11-1pm
Sat 6 December – St Ives Guildhall 2-4pm
Full paper copies of the draft are available for viewing from 17 Nov – 2 Jan at the following locations:
St Ives Library
St Ives Guildhall – Town Clerk’s office
Cafe Art, The Drill Hall, St Ives
St Ives Archive Centre
St Ives Childrens Centre
St Ives Royal British Legion
The Badger Inn, Lelant
Neighbourhood Plans are a powerful tool for shaping the development and growth of our local area – St Ives, Carbis Bay, Lelant and Halsetown.
A Neighbourhood Plan sets out the community’s views on the development and use of land. This includes setting policies on where development should go, how development is designed or, to give permission for certain types of development.
Unlike a Town Plan of the past, a Neighbourhood Plan becomes a legal part of the planning system. Once a plan is made, and it has been adopted by Cornwall Council, it becomes a part of Cornwall Council’s Local Plan for the area and must be considered in the approval of planning applications.
Topic Groups are already actively working to pull together information from previous area plans. More information on all aspects of our neighbourhood plan can be found on this website.
Our Project Planning Documents
Project Plan, revised 24 April 2014