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    s Appointments Staff Dementia Action Alliance Saracen Awards Local Amenities Clubs Organisations Hall Hire Town Council Hall Hire Car Parks Burials Penryn Library Penryn Surgery Food Bank Parks and Open Spaces Schools Museum One Stop Shop Calendar of Community Events Weddings Volunteer in Penryn Exchequer Quay Gallery Links News Contact Us Town Team Visit Penryn News Archive Town Rallies round to Help Light Up Penryn Penryn Saracen Awards 2015 16 Penryn Town Mayor Receives Bell for incoming Town Crier Annual Parish Meeting 28 April 7pm Temperance Hall Call for questions Council Seeks New Town Crier Date of Public Meeting on College Valley Confirmed Penryn Town Council Seeks Community Wardens Penryn Town Councillor Mrs Cait Hutchings Resigns Town Mayor Receives Prestigious Award Permarin Road Public Meeting Fly Posting on Penryn Bus Shelters Public Meeting Permarin Road Stuart Stephen Memorial Hall Saracen Awards Evening 2014 Car Park Season Ticket Offer at Commercial Road Car Park Penryn Public Meeting to Discuss Future of Penryn Car Parks Penryn Saracen Awards 2013 Penryn Town Centre to be Resurfaced Consultation on Changes to Penryn Car Parks Parking Controls to be Introduced at Penryn s Town Centre Car Park Penryn to Play Host to Another One Day

    Original URL path: http://www.penryntowncouncil.co.uk/news_archive.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Planning - 2014-2015
    Hire Car Parks Burials Penryn Library Penryn Surgery Food Bank Parks and Open Spaces Schools Museum One Stop Shop Calendar of Community Events Weddings Volunteer in Penryn Exchequer Quay Gallery Links News Contact Us Town Team Visit Penryn Planning 2014 2015 20 April 2015 Agenda Minutes 16 March 2015 Agenda Minutes 16 February 2015 Agenda Minutes Minute No 59 amended at Planning Committee 16 February 2015 that the developer was

    Original URL path: http://www.penryntowncouncil.co.uk/page_3256379.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Contact Us - Error!
    How We Are Doing How We Make Decisions Our Policies and Procedures Lists and Registers Mayor s Appointments Staff Dementia Action Alliance Saracen Awards Local Amenities Clubs Organisations Hall Hire Town Council Hall Hire Car Parks Burials Penryn Library Penryn Surgery Food Bank Parks and Open Spaces Schools Museum One Stop Shop Calendar of Community Events Weddings Volunteer in Penryn Exchequer Quay Gallery Links News Contact Us Town Team Visit

    Original URL path: http://www.penryntowncouncil.co.uk/contacterror.html?e=noform (2016-04-25)
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  • Newsletter 2015
    Make Decisions Our Policies and Procedures Lists and Registers Mayor s Appointments Staff Dementia Action Alliance Saracen Awards Local Amenities Clubs Organisations Hall Hire Town Council Hall Hire Car Parks Burials Penryn Library Penryn Surgery Food Bank Parks and Open Spaces Schools Museum One Stop Shop Calendar of Community Events Weddings Volunteer in Penryn Exchequer Quay Gallery Links News Contact Us Town Team Visit Penryn Newsletter 2015 Issue 12 December

    Original URL path: http://www.penryntowncouncil.co.uk/news_2015.html (2016-04-25)
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  • College Valley
    re established in the development environment Cornwall Council has just sent the document off to central government for an initial screening to ensure that it complies with the Localism Agenda The Local Plan concerned itself with establishing housing numbers which led to a lengthy and protracted debate within Cornwall However a figure was established which is looking for 700 houses to be accommodated on a five year rolling supply basis for Falmouth and Penryn Within Falmouth and Penryn a process commenced in 2011 led by forward planning experts from Cornwall Council with a steering group of 14 people taken from both the councils and the community This process commenced with 14 possible areas to accommodate the identified housing need and each one was examined exhaustively under a number of different tests such as sustainability landscape impact proximity to town centre and public transport highways issues environmental and ecological impact agricultural land value flood risk deliverability meaning that the land owner was willing to see it developed for housing and capacity to maximise the delivery of affordable housing This process by degrees whittled down the initial candidate sites to just two for Penryn College Valley and North Penryn The draft proposals were put out to consultation in August 2012 well reported by the press at the time and a travelling roadshow included a display in Penryn Town Hall The consultation produced little to no opposition although Penryn Town Council maintained its long established position of opposition to any housing to the south of the railway viaduct Towards the end of 2014 it became apparent that Penryn Town Council s Planning Committee s work encouraging the take up of brownfield infill and windfall sites had reduced housing requirements overall which would allow it to drop one of the two pre existing zoned areas Cornwall Council revisited the large professional body of work which was in place following the Development Plan Document process and concluded that North Penryn was a less desirable site for housing than College Valley under almost every test At the Town Council s January 2015 meeting Penryn was asked to endorse Cornwall Council s assessment which it did on the basis of the strong evidence being put to it Since that time a number of single issue groups raised great concern and the Council arranged new venues to accommodate members of the public at its formal meetings opportunities for them to address Councillors and a dedicated public meeting for the town It was put to various leaders of the protests that in order for the Council to reject the College Valley site and instead prioritise North Penryn robust evidence based arguments of a similar or better quality than those which had been developed over the previous four years work during the DPD process would be essential as the only way for Councillors to overturn a previous resolution would be for new information to be made available Two critical pieces of information which did come forward were that English Heritage

    Original URL path: http://www.penryntowncouncil.co.uk/page_3206333.html (2016-04-25)
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