The Town Council would like to thank all those who attended the public meeting on 8 November 2017 who came to hear more about the planning process. Councillors collected the names of those who wanted to assist along with those who wanted to be kept informed with the plan’s development. The Council is planning the next themed event, and will place posters out and put details on this site once the date is agreed.
The plans’ development is at a very early stage in what could be a two year cycle to eventually get to a final Plan. Notes and presentation from the evening can be found on the links below.
Click to view the Neighbourhood Public Meeting Notes
Click to view the St Just Community Consultation NDP Presentation Nov 17
A Locum Clerk will be supporting the Council on a temporary part-time basis Monday to Wednesday 8.30 am – 4 pm. The Locum Clerk will be updating the web pages from the 20 November 2017.
Local citizens were honoured in presentations made by St Just Town Council as part of the annual St Just Feast celebrations.
APPOINTMENT OF TOWN AND PARISH COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES and LAY MEMBERS TO CORNWALL COUNCIL’S STANDARDS COMMITTEE
Do you believe in the importance of high standards of conduct in local councils? If so, you may be interested in joining Cornwall Council’s Standards Committee to help maintain and promote such standards.
In accordance with the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 please click on the link to access the notice of conclusion of audit by Grant Thornton UK LLP
The annual Old Cornwall Society Midsummer Bonfire celebrations took place last Friday 23 June, and this year the bonfire was lit by the Town Council’s new Mayor Brian Clemens (“Clemo” to all who know him).
Another successful event and the weather remained kind for those who braved the chilly conditions on top of Carn Brea.
For details on how to contact Sue James your local Cornwall Councillor please click on the link.
Inspection and notice procedures for audit 2016 / 17 accounts. In accordance with the Local Audit & Accountability Act 2015 the following documents have been published for inspection. Please click on the links to access the documents.
Annual Governance Statement
Declaration of Status of Published Accounts
Notice of Commencement
For information click on the link to access the Summary of Receipts and Payments for year ended 31 March 2017.
The shocking news that St Just’s historic Wesleyan Chapel is to close on 31st August 2017 may well have been the catalyst needed to save it.
Very shortly after that decision was taken a number of important steps were taken.
Services will continue in the hall attached to the Chapel.
Please click on link to access the latest newsletter from the Penwith Landscape Partnership.