Evidence and Policy

Existing Evidence
The following documents contain policies and strategies relevant to St Ives Area Neighbourhood Plan. This evidence is being considered in the creation of our Plan.
2004 Penwith Local Plan
Saved Penwith Policies
National Planning Policy Framework 2012
Cornwall Local Plan (draft) March 2013
Cornwall Local Plan, Hayle and St Ives Community Network Area Specific Policies
St Ives and Carbis Bay Framework options to 2030
Good Practice Guide for Local Heritage Listing
Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape World Heritage Site Management Plan: 2013-2018
Steeple Wood and Trelyon Downs: An Archaeological and Geotechnical Assessment
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Urban Survey: Historic Characterisation for Regeneration
St Ives MCTI Plan 2025
1992 Halsetown Conservation Area Statement
1997 St Ives Action Plan
Action Plan for Carbis Bay, Residents Against Inapprpriate Development (RAID), Penwith District Council Local Development Framework, April 2007;
List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historical Interest: Borough of St Ives, Cornwall. Department of the Environment, 1970
Seaside Towns in the Age of Austerity
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Employment and Skills Strategy 2012-2020
Economy and Culture Strategy 2013-2020
Sustainable Community Strategy 2008-2028: Shaping Cornwall’s Future
Cornwall Retail Study
A Place in the Country: The Cost of Second Homes
IntroductionSt Ives Settlement Review
Housing Standards Review August 2013
Housing Group Network Area Discussion Paper
Housing Group Cornwall Local Plan (housing section)
Hayle and St Ives – Growth Factors v3 Feb 13-1
Housing Growth Target Paper v12 Mar 13
National Character Area Profile 156 West Penwith (NE371)
A Green Infrastructure Strategy for Cornwall: A Strategic Framework
Cornwall Infrastructure Needs Assessment: Hayle and St Ives Schedule
Open Space Strategy for Larger Towns in Cornwall: Recommendations for Future Provision Standards
Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Management Plan 2011-2016
Hayle and St Ives Historic Environment Character
Ambient Air Quality Directive
Sport England
Cornwall Design Guide
Planning Future Cornwall: Growth Factors, Hayle and St Ives Community Network Area
St Ives Traffic Plan
Department of Transport
Connecting Cornwall 2030: Moving Towards a Greener Peninsular
2008 Open Spaces Audit
Shop Fronts: A Guide for Owners and Occupiers
Conservation Areas: A Guide for Owners and Occupiers

Evidence Gathered for the St Ives Area Neighbourhood Plan
All consultation responses to date can be found here.

Resources Used for Consultations
Link to Oct 2013 Survey NB. Please do not complete the survey
Love Architecture Questionnaire, 29 June 2013
Postcard to St Ives, 29 June 2013

Tools for Writing Planning Policy
Meeting with Planning Aid, 9 May 2014

Examples of emerging NP policies

Policy writing checklist

Policy drafting template

St Ives policy presentation, 15 Feb 2014

Guide to site allocations, 17 March 2014

St Ives Trust talks have provided useful and relevant information about planning and related issues. See videos of the talks here.
St Ives Trust Talk Feb 2014, Mark Pearson

Completed Neighbourhood Plans
Upper Eden
Thame
Tattenhall and District
Lynton and Lynmouth
Norland
Broughton Astley
Cringleford
Kirdford

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One Response to Evidence and Policy

  1. Dr Andrew P Hicks says:

    Classic Victorian terraces such as Carrack Dhu and Richmond Place should be included in the conservation area, to protect their character, as should the Bedford Road rear gardens and the wall between them and Carrack Dhu. The covenant restricting the height of walls, hedges, and trees along said wall should be enforced.

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