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Dog fouling

If your dog fouls in any public area you are required to clean up, and properly dispose of it. We have introduced a Dog Fouling Public Spaces Protection Order that covers all of Cornwall. Read the Dog Fouling Public Spaces Protection Order This is to ensure all areas of Cornwall have the same levels of enforcement for dog fouling.  This covers all land (with the exception of Forestry Commission Land) in the open air to wh.....

Last updated: 29/04/2022 10:07:55

Review of Historic Flooding in Helston

Helston is impacted by fluvial (river) flooding from the Cober but is also heavily influenced by Loe Bar, which bounds Loe Pool and causes a restriction to outflows to the sea. The St Johns Road area of Helston has suffered from repeated floodin An 1894 report mentions that houses in Helston were submerged and furniture was seen to be floating about in the low-lying districts. There was serious flooding in many streets, .....

Last updated: 07/05/2021 08:56:01


Flood advice Remember, you can call Floodline on 0345 988 1188 any time night or day for real-time flood warnings and advice. In the event of major flooding in the county, we work closely with other agencies to deliver a coordinated approach to the operation. Flooding safety advice If you have made a few preparations in the event of flooding, you can significantly reduce the damage and upset caused. Especially if you live.....

Last updated: 11/11/2021 10:01:08

Report unauthorised work to a listed building or demolition in a conservation area

Privacy statement The information you provide on this form will be used to provide you with the enforcement service you have requested.  We will only use this information to deal with your enquiry.  This may include checks with planning, highways, environmental health, housing, council tax, business rates, to verify the information provided.  We may also share your information with statutory consultees including but not .....

Last updated: 28/05/2021 07:04:29

Trees in the Environment

Environment Service Tree Resources Cornwall Council’s Environment Service provides environmental and educational resources related to trees.  This includes for example information on orchards, hedges, ancient trees, elms, woodland management and the Cornwall Tree Warden Scheme.  There is also information on invasive species.  You can see the Environment Service information using this link: Trees, hedges and woodlands Fore.....

Last updated: 28/06/2022 14:28:05

Public Rights of Way Latest News

Cornwall has 4,500 km of public rights of way. It also has the longest section of the South West Coast Path National Trail. They remain open for the public to use: to get to work, school, college or university to get to medical appointments to exercise or to get to outdoor public spaces to get to shops for basic necessities to visit members of their support bubble Some people who are self-isolating have specific concer.....

Last updated: 22/02/2022 14:52:44

Fire safety in rented accommodation

Safety advice When renting a property it is important to take steps to prevent fire, as statistics show that you are seven times more likely to have a fire if you live in rented accommodation. Here are some of the things you can do to keep yourself safe. Every year gas appliances should be checked by a Gas Safe registered fitter to ensure they are safe and are in good working order (Gas servicing certificated should be i.....

Last updated: 19/04/2021 13:42:06

Wind turbines

All wind turbines will produce sound when rotating. This usually falls into two categories: Aerodynamic Noise - generated by the movement of the blades through the air. Mechanical Noise - from the generator and any associated gearbox. The planning authority has a duty to consider the effect of noise as part of the planning process. A noise report, undertaken by a qualified acoustician, is required as part of the wind tu.....

Last updated: 22/03/2021 15:23:21

Launceston Southern Growth Area Concept Plan

Launceston Town Council and Cornwall Council have prepared a concept plan that focuses on an area south of Launceston.  It takes a proactive approach to how it believes development in this area should come forward. A public consultation ran from 29 June to 10 August 2020. Following this, Launceston Town Council reviewed a summary of the comments and amendments. Cornwall Council adopted the Concept Plan on 19 October 2020 .....

Last updated: 09/04/2021 12:21:47

Have your say on the importance of Cornwall’s historic environment and how it can help shape Cornwall’s future

Heritage is not static and one day it will tell our story too.  Cornwall’s landscape, buildings and environment are at the heart of a new strategy designed to help plan for Cornwall’s future, meet the challenges of the climate change emergency, and reverse the decline in our wildlife.   Residents and organisations in Cornwall are urged to have their say and give their thoughts on how a deeper understanding of how our his.....

Last updated: 15/03/2022 10:44:37

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