Notice of publication of the proposed Truro & Kenwyn Neighbourhood Development Plan
REGULATION 16 – THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLANNING (GENERAL) REGULATIONS 2012 AND THE LOCALISM ACT 2011
Proposal – Truro & Kenwyn Neighbourhood Development Plan
Details – Truro City Council and Kenwyn Parish Council have submitted its proposed Neighbourhood Development Plan to Cornwall Council for public consultation and independent examination. The plan area covers the parishes of Truro & Kenwyn. The Neighbourhood Development Plan includes policies on housing, local green spaces, character, community facilities, transport, economy, parking and sustainability. Once made, these policies will be used to determine planning applications locally along with the Cornwall Local Plan.
Consultation on the submission (Regulation 16) version of the Neighbourhood Development Plan is taking place from Tuesday 12 July 2022 to Monday 22 August 2022 midnight. All representations received from this consultation will be made available to an independent examiner, appointed to examine the Neighbourhood Development Plan.
Where the plan can be inspected – Copies of the Truro & Kenwyn Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documents are available to view on our website at Online planning register – Cornwall Council from today.
Documents will not be made available in other locations. If contributors are not able to access the documents on our website, please contact us at:
0300 1234 151
How to make comments – You can comment on the proposal online at Online planning register – Cornwall Council or by post to Neighbourhood Planning, PO Box 676, Threemilestone, Truro, TR1 9EQ.
All comments will be available for the public and applicant to view but we can’t respond to or acknowledge individual letters or submissions.
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Service Director Planning and Housing
12 July 2022