The documents listed below are evidence used by the Steering Group during the process of creating St Clement Parish Neighbourhood Plan.
Cornwall Council Neighbourhood Planning Consultation & Engagement Toolkit November 2014
Website Tender Brief – St Clement Parish Council 6th January 2015
Cornwall Local Plan: Housing Evidence Base Briefing Note (BN7) September 2014
Cornwall Local Plan: Second and Holiday HomesHousing Evidence Base Briefing Note (BN11) December 2015
Cornwall Local Plan Strategic Policies 2010 – 2030 Adopted November 2016
Cornwall Local Plan Strategic Policies 2010 – 2030 Community Network Area Sections December 2016
Cornwall Design Guide – Cornwall Council 2013. Steering Group Briefing Paper.
Local Insight profile for ‘St Clement and St Michael Penkevil Parishes’ area. This report is copyrighted and was created by OCSI for Cornwall Council 27th January 2016
Cornwall Areas of Natural Beauty – Cornwall Council 2016 – 2021 St Clement Parish is partly covered by part 9 – South Coast Central
Briefing Papers for Steering Group
- Car Parking in St Clement Village
- Setting of Tresillian Village Settlement Boundary
- Setting of St Clement Village Settlement Boundary
- Setting of Malpas Village Settlement Boundary and Car Parking issues
- Policies on Heritage
- Truro Cycle Campaign
- Truro Loops
“Help us to help your community” request for volunteer training for the LLCA. 10th March 2017
Planning consultation: St Clement neighbourhood plan – SEA and HRA Screening from Natural England 25th February 2019
Pre-submission NPD consultation letter sent to all households 29th April 2019
Neighbourhood Plan Public Event Poster 29th April 2019
The list of Media publication information for St Clement Parish Neighbourhood Development Plan consultations shows the dates and methods of media used. Click on the links below for each document.
Door-drop Flyer March 2017
Pirate FM March 2017
Cornwall 365 “What’s On”Nov. 2017
Cornwall 365 “What’s On” May 2019
TRAM – Tresillian Residents Association Magazine has been published since 1971 and the steering group have use it to keep residents up to date with the Neighbourhood Plan process. Below are extracts from the appropriate magazine.
Christmas 2014 no 166 SCPC Questionnaire