Falmouth and Penryn Town Framework - 2017
Produced to act as a vehicle for developing local policies and ideas for the area. The proposals were taken forward as part of the Cornwall Allocations Development Plan, which went to a public inquiry and is now close to being adopted by Cornwall Council. The town framework includes background information and sets out the strategic framework for the area, including elements such as the transport strategy and the investment package required to support anticipated growth.
Cornwall Site Allocations Heritage Assessment - 2017
Part of the evidence base for the Cornwall Allocations Development Plan. The report assesses the impact of proposed housing allocations on heritage assets, such as listed buildings and ancient monuments. It highlighted the value of the College valley in Penryn and on that basis the proposed allocation to the west of the valley was reduced in size in the final DPD document. For our plan, this support the importance of the valley and justifies protecting it going forward.
Falmouth and Penryn Housing Evidence Report - 2017
Produced to support the Cornwall Allocations Development Plan. The report sets out the methodology used to assess sites and estimates for the scale of likely growth from brownfield sites or infill development. For our plan, the report provides meaningful context, showing how housing could be delivered within the DPD to meet the strategic targets. It also highlights the pool of SHLAA sites submitted to the Council by landowners or developers to consider for allocation. Our plan also assessed these sites to consider if they are appropriate for development.
Falmouth and Penryn Housing Evidence - Environment Assessment
Part of the evidence base for the Cornwall Allocations Development Plan. This report provides an assessment of the different sites considered in terms of their potential impact upon a range of environmental features. While it is assessing the impact of major urban extensions, it provides useful context for a variety of critical issues for the different sites around Penryn.
Community Network Area (CNA) - Employment Evidence Report - 2017
The report provides a strategic context for the level of employment land supplied within the Falmouth and Penryn CNA. In the context of our plan, it provides an assessment of the different employment sites against the criteria to be allocated as strategic sites in Cornwall. It also assesses the potential for smaller sites in the town which our plan is seeking to protect for employment and commercial uses.
Heritage Impact Assessment for Proposed Sites FPH1 and FPH2
This report was produced by Cornwall Council's Historic Environment Service as part of the production of the Cornwall Allocations Development Plan. It highlights and describes the importance of the College Valley and Glasney in terms of heritage as well as elements around the former Dales garage site.
Heritage Impact Assessment for Proposed Sites FPM3 and FPM4
This report provides an assessment of the proposed allocation in the Cornwall Allocations Development Plan of the land to the east of Tremough and north of Packsaddle. It assesses the historical features in the area and potential harm that could to them by developments. The focus is on a site outside of the Penryn parish and the area covered by our plan but it provides background evidence on elements of heritage value for us to take into consideration.
Falmouth and Penryn Landscape Assessment Report - 2011
Published by Cornwall Council, this report supported the Cornwall Allocations Development Plan. The study provides a survey of the land adjoining the towns and sets out an evaluation of the landscape value, sensitivity and ability to adapt to change. The report focuses on major developments called urban extensions, but provides useful background evidence for the smaller-scale growth considered by our plan.