Rural community profile for St. Endellion (Parish) 2013
Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) Rural evidence project November 2013
conservation area appraisal and management plan
AONB Management Plan (see 3 downloads at bottom of page: http://www.cornwall-aonb.gov.uk/management-plan/
landscape character assessments:
The Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) working group are now starting to shape policy areas that we will consult on later this year before our plan is submitted for examination. Examination is the process by which our plan is checked against both Cornwall’s Local Plan and The National Planning Policy Framework to make sure it complies with all their policies too. If it does, then the next stage is that the plan will go to a ballot in the community. The NDP must achieve 50% approval at ballot to succeed. For this reason we have to be sure everything in the plans is in accord with what you told us and we have evidence to support all our policies.
To help us do this it’s really important we know how you feel. Please take some time to answer the following the questions. Your opinions will directly inform the content and policy wording of our NDP.
Please return your response by Monday 14th March 2016 to: Nicola Williams, Atlantic Cottage, 78 Fore Street, Port Isaac PL29 3RF Tel: 01208 880834 nicolavickery29@ btinternet.com.
The report provides an evidence base and consultation document that forms an integral part of St Endellion’s neighbourhood plan making process. It has been produced through collaborative working between St Endellion Neighbourhood Plan Working Group and the Cornwall AONB Unit.
Submitted to St. Endellion Parish Council by AECOM, 6-8 Greencoat Place, Victoria, London SW1P 1PL August 2015
This third edition of the guide was published in January 2015 by Nottingham Trent University on behalf of the Building for Life partnership (Design Council Cabe, the Home Builders Federation and Design for Homes – the inside cover of the guide contains a full list of authors, editors and contributors). It is based on the new National Planning Policy Framework and responds to the Government’s commitment to build more homes, better homes and involve local communities in planning.