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Planning Policy Guidance

Cornwall Council will use the following documents as material considerations: Concept Plans Concept plans are important. They provide more detail on the development of larger sites.  The aim of concept plans is to:  seek to create comprehensive high quality and distinctive new neighbourhoods. These will have appropriate services and facilities for local residents.  aim to raise the quality of development coming forward. .....

Last updated: 20/07/2022 10:44:34


Noise

Noise nuisance Noise is one of the statutory nuisances that can be investigated by the Council. Find out more about statutory nuisances There are many ways in which people can be disturbed by noise. These include noise from neighbours or businesses, and noise in the street. We  can investigate certain types of noise nuisance. Before you make a complaint to the council, please consider the following steps: Try to resolve t.....

Last updated: 03/08/2022 06:23:39


How we use your information to provide services

The privacy notice below and others linked from the menu should be read in conjunction with the Covid-19 Privacy Notice which supplements the main Cornwall Council Privacy Notice. Privacy Notice – Together for Families 1. Introduction – explanation of privacy and the policy 1.1. We, Together for Families Directorate, Cornwall Council, New County Hall, Truro, TR1 3AY, Data Protection Registration Number: Z1745294 are commi.....

Last updated: 11/08/2021 13:23:54


Protected and dangerous trees

Cornwall Council has the power to protect trees where they: make an important contribution to public visual amenity are considered to be at risk Public visual amenity can be described as a visual benefit to, or enjoyment by the public. On this page you can find out how trees are dealt with in the planning system and what it means if a tree is protected or dangerous. Identify protected trees Before you carry out any work.....

Last updated: 30/06/2022 14:30:07


Elections Privacy Notice

The law relating to how we collect, hold and process personal data has changed, following the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 and the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA). This notice provides information on what we do with your data and your rights. Who holds my data for electoral purposes and what records do they hold? The Electoral Registration Officer (ERO) and Returning Officer (.....

Last updated: 24/06/2021 15:11:28


CFRS privacy notices

We are updating our Privacy Notice to reflect the changes we have made. This is part of our ongoing commitment to be transparent about how we use your data and keep it safe. We are including changes to address the new standards introduced by the European data protection law. This is known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Our privacy notices set out how we, Resilient Cornwall; including Cornwall Fire and R.....

Last updated: 18/03/2021 15:28:14


Apply for something

The following list of links will take you to things you can apply for on our website; A Animal movement licences Annexe reduction - council tax discount Apprenticeships with Cornwall Council Assisted collection B Birth certificate - order a copy Blue badge Building control inspection request Bulky waste collection Business rate relief Bus Pass (new or replacement) C Carer emergency card applicatio.....

Last updated: 09/05/2022 14:31:36


Listed buildings

Cornwall is fortunate in having a rich heritage of buildings. They are important from a historical point of view with many architectural features. To lose them would be to lose a vital part of Cornish character and cultural heritage. There are 12,664 Listed Buildings in Cornwall. The greatest concentration in the north east of the county. Buildings are listed to give them protection from: unsympathetic alteration and dem.....

Last updated: 30/05/2022 09:43:38


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