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Consultation

Cornwall Council Parking Review

Cornwall Council is carrying out a parking survey which is asking for people's opinion on parking issues they may experience either as a resident, business owner/manager, or worker/shopper/visitor in a number of towns across Cornwall including Truro / Newham & the Port of Truro.

The survey is available until midnight on 28 February 2016. 

For further information see here. 

 

 

Local Action Group 

How to create economic growth and jobs – Local Action in Cornwall is asking for your views

A series of drop in sessions for residents and businesses to have a say on how future EU investment could delivered via the bottom up approach of Local Action are being held across Cornwall during June.  Community-led local development is a key part of the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership's investment strategy for the next EU programme, with some £25 million having been earmarked for this specific activity from 2014-20.

Drop in events are being held, at:

Date Time Venue Town

Wed 11 June

9am – 12 noon

Cornwall Neighbourhoods for Change, The Elms, 61 Green Lane

Redruth

Wed 11 June

4pm – 7pm

Devoran Village Hall, Quay Road

Devoran

Thu 12 June

8.30 – 12 noon

Penzance Country Market, The Acorn Theatre

Penzance

Thu 12 June

12 noon – 2pm

Trerulefoot Local Produce Market, Kernow Mill car park

Trerulefoot, nr A38
Roundabout

Thu 12 June

3pm – 5 30 pm

Millbrook Scout Hall, Fore Street

Millbrook 

Fri 13 June

9am – 1pm

Village Greens Café and Shop, Jubilee Hall

Warleggan/Mount

Fri 13 June

3pm – 6pm

Leisure Centre, Station Road

Camelford

Fri 20 June

10am – 1.30pm

Local Produce Market, Lostwithiel Community Centre, Pleyber Christ Way

Lostwithiel

Fri 20 June

2pm – 4pm

Lostwithiel Community Centre

Lostwithiel

Consultation is with a wide range of communities across Cornwall to encourage new groups and organisations to get involved with Local Action.  Development of business and the economy is an important theme and we want to hear from as many local people as possible, so do please try to come along to one of the drop in sessions.

If you are unable to drop in to one of the sessions, you can still give your views by completing an online surveys at www.surveymonkey.com/s/localactionbusiness.

The surveys will be online until 5pm on 24th June.

Cornish businesses urged to help shape the future of regulation

Reducing the regulatory burden on business is a priority for the Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP). That's why the LEP has set up a new project between businesses and regulators in Cornwall called Better Business for All. By working together it will improve how regulatory services are delivered and remove some of the barriers to business growth – both real and perceived – that regulation presents. It will save you time and money, and make it quicker and easier for you to comply with the law. Regulation takes many forms. It includes trading standards, environmental health, animal health, licensing, planning and fire and community safety. But to help develop a new approach to regulation in Cornwall we need your help. Tell us about your experiences of regulation and how you think we can make the process quicker and easier for you. By taking five minutes to give us your honest feedback you will be helping shape the future of regulation in Cornwall. Thank you. Click here to give us your feedback.

Higher Newham Questionnaire

In the creation of these plans for Higher Newham we've been mindful of the importance of accessible green space, the struggles faced by farming in Cornwall and the value of great local food. We also understand Cornwall's need for good quality affordable homes and better job prospects.

Our plans are about Cornwall's future: Homes, Skills, the Natural Environment. We think we have come up with an idea that could not only lead the way in sustainable development nationally, but which will respect and enhance the local environment as well as providing educational opportunities in food and farming.

For Higher Newham Farm and Village to really work we need you to tell us what you think.

Please take 10 minutes to fill in our questionnaire. Click here: http://www.highernewham.com/questionnaire.php