Each week dozens of planning requests are submitted to Cornwall Council, from conversions and demolitions to new businesses and housing.
Most of them are small and relate to things like new dormers or trees that need to be felled.
But large housing projects and infrastructure projects are also following the same path.
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Below are four planning requests submitted to the local authority over the past week that you may need to know about.
All these requests are awaiting a decision.
This is a development request for the change of use of an existing building to a combined use for storage, reception, civil ceremonies and catering in association with the existing campsite, the construction of ‘a refrigerated storage building and the construction of a wooden gazebo.
This is for Anchor Barrow campsite, St Georges Hill, Perranporth.
The request was submitted by BW Planning on behalf of Tony Chapman.
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It reads as follows: “With regard to the use of land and buildings for weddings, the applicant considers that this could be a means of diversifying the sources of income for businesses and expanding the range of services and facilities. experiences that the campsite offers its customers.
“The applicant intends to extend the period of operation of the campsite from 16 weeks to 26 weeks, which is the subject of a separate development application. and the end of summer which could be offered exclusively to customers wishing to book the campsite for a wedding event.
“The number of weddings is likely to be low, confined to the start and end of the season so as not to conflict with the main use of the site for camping and caravanning. Building a wooden gazebo would create a small outdoor shelter that could host a civil ceremony. Alternatively, it could be used for musicians for campsite entertainment during the holiday season.
Application PA21 / 11693 will be considered by Cornwall Council by Monday February 7th.
Development of 200 housing units
This is a pre-application notice for a development project of 200 housing units with access, landscaping, open public space, drainage and associated infrastructure.
This is the land north of Harmony Road and Edgcumbe Road in Roche.
This is the only information currently available. The purpose of pre-applications is to discuss the feasibility of a plan. More details will likely be released if an accommodation request is submitted.
The PA21 / 03082 / PREAPP pre-application will be considered by Cornwall Council by Tuesday January 25th.
24 houses and apartments
This is a planning application for an affordable housing proposal for 24 houses and apartments and associated landscaping, access and parking on the land off Pengersick Lane, Praa Sands.
The request was submitted by Situ8 Planning Consultancy on behalf of Wycliffe Developments Ltd.
The site is currently a land.
The application reads: “” Affordable housing will meet nationally described space standards and 25% will be wheelchair accessible.
“There is a great need for affordable one-bed units in the ward and we have reflected that. The second highest is that of two-bed then three-bed houses which we have also reflected. The housing provider that will manage the affordable housing will be Coastline Housing and we have thought about what type of house and tenure they would like to offer in this parish. This is made up of: four affordable one-bed rental apartments, three affordable two-bed rental homes, two affordable two-bedroom condominiums, and two affordable three-bedroom condominiums.
Application PA21 / 11651 will be considered by Cornwall Council by Tuesday March 15th.
Demolition of the chapel
This is a snapshot of the demand, all questions reserved, for the demolition of a redundant rest chapel on Varley Lane, Liskeard, and the erection of up to five housing units.
It was submitted by Pollard Architectural on behalf of Ulgade and Son.
The houses would have two bedrooms each and gardens.
The request reads: “The Chapel of Rest is a substantial two-storey building, located on the west side of the site; and the west elevation of this substantial building appears to be on the boundary of the part with the rear gardens of the Melbourne Road dwellings.
“The building itself has no merit, a simple looking building of basic cinder block construction with a fiber cement roof. The rest of the site is largely a hard surface, although there is a hedge. coniferous trees at the site boundary and shrub plantations within the site. The site has been vacant since Ugalde & Son moved their business to Heathlands Road, Liskeard several years ago. “
Planning application PA21 / 08911 will be reviewed by Cornwall Council by Tuesday February 8th.
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