Newquay Town Council is pleased to announce that the Draft Newquay Neighbourhood Plan was submitted to Cornwall Council on 13th April 2018. The NNP is a result of extensive research, community consultation and evidence gathering by community volunteers and Town Councillors. To view the draft policies and supporting materials, please click here.
The views and input from the residents & businesses of Newquay underpin the policies of the plan and show the long term vision for the Parish as one of thoughtful, sustainable development.
Cornwall Council is consulting residents and other interested stakeholders on the plan for the Newquay Town area. Consultation will run between Monday 4th June and 16th July 2018. You can comment by emailing email@example.com , by typing the Neighbourhood Planning application number PA18/00012/NDP into the online planning register, or send us your response in writing to the address below.
The plan proposal includes a copy of a map and statement which identifies the area to which the proposed Neighbourhood Development Plan relates; a consultation statement; the proposed Neighbourhood Development Plan, a statement explaining how the proposed Neighbourhood Development Plan meets the requirements of paragraph 8 of Schedule 4B to the 1990 Act (the Basic Conditions Statement) and the Evidence base document (available online).
Copies of the documents are available to view online through Cornwall Council’s website (or on this site), or alternatively at Newquay Tourist Information Office, Newquay One Stop Shop and The Farmers Arms in St Columb Minor.
Please make any representations to Cornwall Council by 16th July 2018. If you wish to send your comments in writing please send them to:
The Head Planning & Sustainable Development (Neighbourhood Planning)
Pydar House, Pydar Street
Truro, TR1 1XU
Following the 6 week consultation period, the representations will be collated and sent for independent examination. You may also request to be notified of the local planning authority’s decision under Regulation 19 (the outcome of the independent examination of the plan.) If the Examiner believes that the Neighbourhood Plan meets all of its requirements a referendum will take place which will allow residents to decide whether the Neighbourhood Plan should be used by the Council to determine planning applications in the Newquay area.
Representations or queries can be submitted in the following ways:
Post: Town Clerk’s Office, Newquay Town Council, Municipal Offices, Marcus Hill, Newquay TR7 1AF
Phone: 01637 872913 (Cllr Joanna Kenny)