This is your plan, and you will have the final say on its adoption. Every effort has been made to reflect what residents told us they would like to see for the future of our town through the plan’s policies. This consultation is your opportunity to give us feedback and let us know if we got the policies right before it goes to a referendum later in the year.
The consultation is open and running until Monday 2 March 2020
1. View the plan
Before sharing feedback with us, you'll need to have a look through the draft neighbourhood plan so you know what is being proposed. We have summarised everything in the first part of the document so you don't have to read the whole thing. The second part of the document goes into the details behind each policy, along with guidance for adhering to them. Hard copies are available to read at Penryn Library.
As part of the developing the neighbourhood plan we also commissioned a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and a Habitat Regulations Assessment (HRA). These are primarily of interest to statutory bodies (e.g. English Heritage) but everyone is welcome to review them and offer feedback. If you do wish to provide feedback, please enter it in under 'General comments' in either the web or print forms.
Many policies refer to a proposals map. That map shows where different boundaries have been set and provides context for the policies in the plan. We've created an interactive map that you can take a look at online. The data displayed on it has been simplified for fast and easy viewing on the web. You can download a PDF of the planning map that shows very accurate boundaries or view a printed A1 copy in Penryn Library