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Report it Cornwall Council

The street lights along with a host of others services are the responsibility of Cornwall Council. Residents should always report them direct to Cornwall Council who have provided the link below. You will get a faster response and get the feedback when Cornwall Council reply to address the problem. Can you please report directly to get the matters resolved.

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Updated COVID-19 information packs

Updated COVID-19 information packs

Cornwall Council’s Public Health team has updated its three information packs aimed at helping people access support during the pandemic.

One is aimed at businesses (including charities and schools).
The second is for community groups (including town and parish councils).
The third is aimed at individuals and focuses on self-isolation, and the confusion and difficulties this may bring to many people. This pack has now been translated into Romanian, Bulgarian, Lithuanian, Portuguese and Polish and can be downloaded from the Healthy Cornwall website.

You’ll find all three packs plus other resources for employers and employees on the Healthy Cornwall website. 

Pulling together (a update with details of the Cornish Foodbanks to help)

Since the Coronavirus Crisis Transformation Cornwall has been:

Pulling together a weekly (Friday) update with details of the Cornish Foodbanks to help:

  • Customers needing Foodbank support.
  • Potential donators of food/ money.
  • Strengthen, (and lessen), the work of the many dedicated and wonderful people behind the foodbanks.

The weekly (Friday) Cornish Foodbank Update is available HERE.

Developing a funding list to support Foodbanks, grassroot organisations and faith based social action projects in Cornwall. This includes a comprehensive section on hardship grants for individuals.

The latest list is available HERE.

We’ve written a handy telephone signposting information sheet for Foodbanks and grassroot organisations across Cornwall.

The information sheet is available HERE.

Cornwall Planning Group Competition

Cornwall Planning Group as we have a competition running until the 1st December on their social media and we would really like the prize to go to a local person or community that may need the help. The prize is for architectural drawings for one lucky winner in Cornwall. The winner can even be nominated by someone else. It could be for, but isn’t limited to, a community project, an extension to form an extra bedroom or a ground floor bedroom for someone with disabilities. Ancillary accommodation for an elderly relative that may need to come and live with the family. Even a home office now many are having to work from home. It could be something completely out of the box, like a garden studio or spa, for someone who has done something that deserves recognition.  

If you could spread the word, or even nominate someone/a community that you think may deserve the prize, we would really appreciate it. Between you and I, the competition prize is just for planning drawings, but for the right person/project it is likely that we would also throw in building regulations and would even put the planning application in for the winner too.

This would amount to thousands of pounds worth of prizes. All you would need to do is head to either Facebook or Instagram, find the competition post I have screenshotted below and follow the instructions – @cornwallplanninglimited.

Either way, thank you for reading and thank you for your help. We hope that we can give this great prize to someone truly deserving.

Please click the links below to take you directly to the competition posts.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CGPGqfPgRew/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

https://www.facebook.com/cornwallplanninglimited/

Christy Northall

FOOD BANK SUPPORT CURRENT ARRANGEMENTS

*FOOD IS NOW DELIVERED TO YOU, BUT YOU NEED TO ARRANGE A VOUCHER

* TO DO THIS CONTACT YOUR SCHOOL OR NURSERY, OR DOCTOR’S SURGERY, SOCIAL WORKER, OR THE C.A.B. – THEY WILL RING THE FOOD BANK TO CONFIRM YOUR VOUCHER AND CONTACT DETAILS

*THE FOOD BANK WILL THEN RING YOU TO ARRANGE A DELIVERY OF THE THINGS YOU NEED TO YOUR HOME

 Local Food Collection Boxes contribute to the Food Bank run

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Food Collection boxes are now at the Library, St. Just during library opening hours, and St. Johns House, Pendeen.

Draft Neighbourhood Development Plan for the Parish.

Here is our draft Neighbourhood Development Plan for the Parish.

Downloadable Draft Plan for St Just and Pendeen

Consultation will be open from 12 October – 23 November 2020.

The plan is available in two versions.

Low Resolution (4Mb) – easy to read and quicker to download

St Just NDP Draft Section 14 Consultation -Loress

High Resolution (41Mb) – Better quality images and more detail in the mapping which might be of interest

St Just NDP Draft Section 14 Consultation – Hires

The formal bit

This is the pre-submission consultation under Regulation 14 of the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2012, prior to amending the draft Plan in the light of comments from residents, stakeholders and interested parties, and statutory consultees.  The draft Plan will then be submitted to Cornwall Council.

Need an explanation of anything in the draft Plan?

Contact us by emailing us at stjustpendeenceg@gmail.com or call us on our dedicated line 07500 507550 and leave a message.  We’ll get back to you as soon as we an.

How can I comment?

You have until Monday 23 November

You can comment on any of the Policies in the following ways:

  • email us at stjustpendeenceg@gmail.com
  • if you don’t have internet access, write to the Town Council at St Just Library, Market Street, St Just, TR19 7HX
  • if you can’t get to a post box, just leave an answerphone message on 07500 507550 and a member of the team will visit you to collect your written comments

When you are commenting: please quote the paragraph or policy number and then give your views and any suggestion of amendments that you would like to see.  We welcome both positive and negative comments to ensure that the Plan truly reflects the views of the community.

Comments must be in writing for evidential reasons. Comments posted on Facebook will not count, so please take the time to email or write to us.

What will happen to my comments?

All public comments will be responded to by the team. Comments will be collated and considered and, if appropriate, amendments will be made to the plan. We will publish a report of the comments and feedback we have received and how we have responded.

Privacy

We would like to reassure everyone, that at no time will any personal details be shared or publicised. Read our data protection and privacy policy here: NHP Data protection and privacy policy agreed