Noel’s Meadow extension

snip planLATEST (JULY 2017) –  a planning application PA17/05972* has been made for houses to be added to Noel’s Meadow in Mount, in the remainder of the old field  – it’s for five detached houses, plus one shop with a flat over.  (see plan, right – where upper half shows houses already there;  lower half shows houses to be built)

There will be a parish meeting on Thursday 3rd August 2017, where the Applicant and his Agent will attend to discuss their proposals  – all are encouraged to attend, whether it is to express support or to challenge the application.

This is the opportunity for all those in the parish, or affected neighbours, to find out and perhaps to influence what may or may not be built.

Questions to consider might include:

  • Do we want more houses here?  If so, what kind of houses and how many?
  • Do we want a shop?  If so, what kind of shop might it be?  What can be done to make it viable?
  • Is there anything the developer can contribute for the community which might help persuade the parish to support the planning application?  This could be a facility (or support for a facility) within the field or elsewhere in the parish…

See all the documentation about this proposal from the Cornwall Council website (planning section) –  click here on PA17/05972*  (opens in new window) –  and you can also make your own comments online direct to Cornwall Council.

Most importantly, come along to the meeting on Thursday  – see details of this parish meeting.

And feel free to put thoughts forward through the comments function below – but keep it polite and acceptable (see website’s terms and policies*) –  and if you’re interested, you can also look back on the discussions that happened when Noel’s Meadow Part 1 was being planned – see Ocean Housing.


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