Update 22nd Nov from Parish Clerk:
As there is still nothing on the website, I have postponed the meeting scheduled for next Tuesday and will let you know the new date as soon as I get the plans.
(To keep checking CC Planning portal for the Full Planning Application yourself, go here and type in “saltbox” as search term.)
The Parish Clerk has been advised by the developers that the full application for the proposed development has now been submitted to Cornwall Council (though it is yet to appear for public comment on their website, and still hasn’t appeared as of 22nd Nov – over a week later).
I phoned her earlier, and received the following email response which she is happy to have posted here:
Following on from our telephone conversation, I can confirm that I have booked the main room in the Tremayne Hall for a planning meeting on Tuesday 29th November, starting at 7
Members of the public are welcome to attend and speak about the application.
I have just checked the Cornwall Council planning portal again and the plans are not yet on there. I would expect to get the details emailed through to me between now and Friday morning, which is when I receive the weekly list from Cornwall Council.
If I could also reiterate the need to send comments to Cornwall Council and your ward member Councillor Tony Martin?
The Parish Council is only a consultee in the planning process, and in the event of a disagreement between the Parish Council and Cornwall Council’s planning officer, Councillor Martin is the one who makes the decision as to whether the application should be brought before the full Cornwall Council planning meeting.
That does not mean that the decision made would necessarily
be any different, but it does give people another opportunity to explain their opinion on the proposed development.
Anna Pentecost, Clerk, Mylor Parish Council
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