Planning For Our Future…
This website is a voluntary initiative, by the Perranuthnoe Community in partnership with members of the Parish Council. It aims to provide clear information on the Draft Neighbourhood Plan and to support local people to be involved in shaping the future of this Parish.
The Perranuthnoe Neighbourhood Plan process was initiated in 2014. Since then a number of community consultations have taken place around the Parish. These consultations aim to understand from local people what the important planning issues are here and how to address them. Please take some time to find out more about the Plan and to give us feedback that will help shape the final draft.
So What is a Neighbourhood Plan?
A Neighbourhood Development Plan enables communities to play a strong role in shaping the development of where they live. It helps to ensure that planning works positively to support development that is sustainable and prevents development that is inappropriate.
The policies established within a Neighbourhood Development Plan align with broader frameworks, including national and county planning policies, and those linked to any relevant designations such as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and World Heritage Sites (WHS). However, a Neighbourhood Plan enables communities to fine-tune these policies at the local level so they meet the needs of the communities that live there.
For a concise overview of the draft Perranuthnoe NDP go to the WHAT’S THE PLAN page or to download the Full Draft Document, Feedback Form, Policy Summery or other documents then go to the DOWNLOADS page via the main menu at the top of the page.
Give us your Feedback!
The draft Neighbourhood Plan is out for consultation. We would really value your input as we want to ensure that this Plan captures the future you want for this Parish. Please take a few minutes to give us your feedback via the menu at the top of the page.
PLEASE NOTE: The next Public Consultation Event is at St Piran’s Hall, Goldsithney on the 31st October 2020 from 11:30am to 3:00pm. Click the event poster above to find out more details.