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Wild birds and seagulls

Wild birds and seagulls in urban areas Urban areas are attractive to wild birds as they provide food, water and safe breeding sites. But too many birds can often annoy residents and visitors. bird droppings are unpleasant and can damage buildings and vehicles droppings on pavements can become slippery and dangerous. seagulls can attack bins causing a littering problem they can pester people eating food they can show sign.....

Last updated: 27/05/2022 09:15:07


South West Aggregates Working Party

Minerals Planning Authorities must plan for a steady and adequate supply of aggregates. This is a requirement of the National Planning Policy Framework. They do this by participating in the operation of an Aggregate Working Party (AWP).  The advice of the AWP is taken into account when preparing the Local Aggregate Assessment. Aggregate Working Parties work regionally. Membership includes representatives from the: Minist.....

Last updated: 30/03/2021 14:58:15


Flooding

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


Shoreline Management Plan Review 2016

A mid-term review of the Rame Head to Hartland Point (Cornwall and Isles of Scilly) Shoreline Management Plan (SMP2) was undertaken in 2016. This was funded by Cornwall Council and the Council of the Isles of Scilly.  Two reviews were conducted: one for Cornwall and one for the Isles of Scilly. The focus of the reviews was on the SMP2 Preferred Plan.  In terms of the planned policies and their associated actions (the Acti.....

Last updated: 07/05/2021 08:56:00


Equality, diversity and inclusion in recruitment – fairness and inclusion for one and all

Fairness and inclusion are at the heart of our vision for Cornwall.  We want to make sure our recruitment and selection processes are fair to everyone.  We want a diverse workforce that is inclusive of all backgrounds, cultures and identities.  We want to attract a wider range of diverse applicants to all temporary and permanent opportunities including: Job vacancies Work experience Apprenticeships Graduate and traineesh.....

Last updated: 23/05/2022 13:24:19


Launceston Flood Risk Profile

Overview The River Kensey flows through Launceston and on to the River Tamar. Low lying areas of Launceston, such as Newport, are susceptible to fluvial (river) flooding. Whilst higher levels of the town may suffer from issues due to surface water runoff. Review of historic flooding The River Kensey has caused widespread flooding to the Newport area of Launceston.  Flooding has also been caused by the Wooda Stream which i.....

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


Housing intelligence

This page provides key facts, figures and evidence about the housing market in Cornwall. Key Figures Average House Price in Cornwall: £305,969 (UK house price index March 2022) Households on Cornwall Homechoice social and affordable housing register: 22,272 (snapshot 9th May 2022) Second Homes: 12,776 (Cornwall Council Revenues and Assessments, 28th March 2022) Number of Long Term Empty Properties: 2,346 (Cornwall Counci.....

Last updated: 19/05/2022 08:24:03


Planning Privacy Notice C for Planning Conditions Monitoring Visits

Who will control my data? The Data Controller for all the information you provide on this form is Cornwall Council, New County Hall, Treyew Road, Truro TR1 3AY.  Data Protection Registration Number: Z1745294 There’s something I don’t understand If you need help understanding anything contained in this notice, please contact the Economic Growth and Development Freedom of Information Team by emailing egdfoi@cornwall.gov.uk .....

Last updated: 08/12/2021 14:40:44


Landowner rights and responsibilities

Landowners and occupiers have responsibilities for public rights of way on their land in Cornwall, these are listed below. To report a problem with a public right of way, please use the link below: Report a public right of way issue Bulls Bulls are allowed in a field where a public right of way passes if they are under the age of ten months or are not of a recognised dairy breed, over the age of ten months and accompanie.....

Last updated: 01/04/2021 08:10:29


Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Safeguarding Adults Board

The SAB is responsible for; protecting adults from abuse reducing the risk of abuse and supporting people to stop abuse where it happens There are five subgroups: quality and improvement subgroup learning and development subgroup communications and engagement subgroup the safeguarding adult review subgroup missing and exploitation joint subgroup The Care Act 2014 states that one of the duties of SABs is; to develop a.....

Last updated: 06/05/2021 12:12:51


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