Covid-19: Two more hospital deaths in Cornwall, as public health chiefs warn of the need to take extra care in Newquay

By Anne North There have been two more Covid deaths at the Royal Cornwall hospital, bringing to four the total in the past nine days.  The two most recent...

After the gold rush: once the summer tourist season is over, who will fly from Cornwall to London?

By Peter Tremayne A decision is expected soon on which airline – if any - will operate winter flights from Newquay to London – and to which airport. Last...

Extra trains for Newquay’s Boardmasters festival could impact other services, warns GWR

By Peter Tremayne Trains in and out of Cornwall could be disrupted later this month when GWR runs 20 bespoke services for the Boardmasters festival at Newquay.  A total...

Covid-19: Newquay remains a hotspot, with infection rates more than double the average

By Anne North The government’s latest Covid statistics show that Cornwall is now reporting 249 new daily cases per 100,000 population, compared with an average for England of 296.6....

Covid-19: Cornwall’s summer of festival fun, or a series of super-spreader events?

By Anne North Cornwall’s festival season has got underway this weekend, despite continuing fears that the various celebrations of music and food could herald a series of Covid-19 super-spreader...

Newquay to get electric “tuk tuk” shuttle service

By Richard Whitehouse Visitors to Newquay will be able to jump on board electric tuk tuks after a company was granted a licence to operate them by Cornwall Council....

Concern over County Hall’s approach to Boardmasters’ festival, as councillor breaks ranks and says that a “be careful” message is not enough to protect the public

By Anne North One of the country’s top Covid scientists has claimed that government policy towards events such as the imminent Newquay Boardmasters’ festival are part of a deliberate...

Cornwall Council’s change in political control means no change for couple caught in cycle trail compulsory purchase ordeal

By Richard Whitehouse A couple have told of the nightmare they have experienced due to their home being in the middle of a major Cornwall Council project to create...

Covid-19: three more deaths in a week at the Royal Cornwall hospital

By Anne North Three more patients have died of Covid at the Royal Cornwall hospital, Truro, in the past seven days. The grim statistic is consistent with other data...

Covid-19: the Newquay hotspot is about to get even hotter, as thousands prepare for Boardmasters festival

By Anne North Cornwall’s health chiefs are bracing themselves for what they fear could be another Covid “super-spreader” event when thousands of people descend on Newquay for the five-day...

Covid-19: The virus strengthens its grip on Newquay

All three “cluster” areas in and around Newquay are now recording more than 1,000 new cases per 100,000 population, putting that part of Cornwall among the most infectious in...

Covid-19: Newquay is now one of the worst affected parts of the UK

The Covid-19 incidence rate in part of Newquay has now passed the point where more than one person in every 100 has the disease.  The Newquay West area is...

Covid forces closure of Newquay Tretherras school, meaning early start to the summer holidays for 1,600 pupils

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Newquay Tretherras school has closed early for the summer holidays because so many pupils and staff have tested positive for Covid.  Most schools in Cornwall are...

Covid-19: New infections rising rapidly, but no new hospital deaths for 10 days

The number of new daily Covid cases in Cornwall is now 294.3 per 100,000 population.  24 hours earlier the equivalent number was 255.9.  The cluster map shows infection spreading...

Branson’s success opens opportunities for Newquay space tourism

By Peter Tremayne Richard Branson’s 53-mile-high flight to the edge of space yesterday (Sunday) has rekindled talk of “space tourism” from Newquay. The 70-year-old tycoon was one of six...

Branson is on his way – Virgin Galactic heads for the edge of space

By Peter Tremayne Richard Branson’s VSS Unity has taken off from spaceport America, New Mexico, for what should be a 90-minute flight to the edge of space, about 50...

Branson’s “space or bust” flight tomorrow has implications for Newquay

By Peter Tremayne While the future of the proposed Newquay spaceport has always been assumed to rely on the growing commercial market for satellite launches, Richard Branson’s attempt to...

Concern over plan to move villages out of Parliamentary constituencies

By Richard Whitehouse Plans to shift entire villages into different Parliamentary constituencies have come under fire from local councillors who are encouraging residents to make their views known. The...

Mawgan Porth planning rumpus over unauthorised office, garage and swimming pool

By Richard Whitehouse A garage, office and swimming pool which were built without planning permission may have to be pulled down after councillors refused to grant retrospective permission. Dean...

Covid-19: South West “R” number now 1.3-1.6, the highest in England

By Anne North The Covid-19 Coronavirus is spreading more rapidly in the South West than in any other parts of the country, according to government data. The “R” number...

Covid-19: New clusters spreading and growing rapidly across Cornwall

By Anne North Covid-19 cases in Cornwall are continuing to increase rapidly, with today's (Thursday's) data reporting 161.8 cases per 100,000 population.  Yesterday's figure was 153.9. The average for...

Branson’s rocket is on its way to the stars – successful launch sends Virgin into orbit, boosting prospects for Newquay spaceport

By Peter Tremayne Richard Branson’s LauncherOne rocket has successfully ignited its engines and is on its way to deliver three satellites into orbit. The successful flight – only the...

All systems go for 2pm launch, says Virgin Orbit

By Peter Tremayne Virgin Orbit will attempt to reach space at 2pm this afternoon (Wednesday) – a crucial moment for the Newquay spaceport. Richard Branson’s LauncherOne rocket so far...

Virgin Orbit confirms it will attempt satellite launch tomorrow

By Peter Tremayne Virgin Orbit has said it is still planning to attempt a second rocket launch from California tomorrow. Richard Branson’s LauncherOne rocket is due to take off...

Covid-19: Cornwall sees more “pop up” vaccination clinics in race to get virus under control

By Anne North NHS staff and volunteers vaccinated 838 people against Covid-19 at walk-in clinics at the weekend.  The clinics were run at Stithians and Wadebridge. A third “pop...

Go or No Go? Will Branson’s rocket fly again on Wednesday?

By Peter Tremayne Supporters of the Newquay spaceport are watching anxiously to see if Richard Branson succeeds in launching a satellite on Wednesday (30th June.) The Virgin Orbit LauncherOne...

Anne Double elected to chair Newquay Airport Forum

By Julia Penhaligon New Cornwall councillor Anne Double, wife of St Austell and Newquay MP Steve Double, has been elected chair of the Newquay Airport consultative forum, As the...

Newquay spaceport: it’s the final countdown (maybe)

By Peter Tremayne Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit satellite rocket should take off from Newquay in 12 months, councillors have been told. The tycoon has told the Newquay spaceport team...

Covid-19: Tall Ships race is called off, new drive to vaccinate every adult, and continuing row over the impact of the G7 Summit

By Anne North The Tall Ships race for 2021 has been called off because of Covid. The loss of the event, which had been due to sail from Falmouth...

Covid-19: The G7 Summit was not a super-spreader and contrary views are “a conspiracy theory and a distraction” says Cornwall Council

By Graham Smith The row over the contribution of the recent G7 Summit to Cornwall’s dramatically rising caseload of Covid-19 cases is “a distraction” and “a conspiracy theory”which risks...

Covid-19: the real-time day-by-day story of how the G7 plague summit spread its germs across Cornwall

By Anne North Government data about how Covid has spread in Cornwall during June appears to undermine the official County Hall version of events.  Cornwall Council is claiming that...

County Hall comes out fighting: don’t blame the G7 for soaring Covid, insists council

By Anne North Cornwall Council will come under more pressure later today (Tuesday) to justify its claim that the G7 Summit was not to blame for the exponential increase...

Batteries included: electric aircraft to shuttle from Newquay airport to Exeter

By Peter Tremayne A battery-powered light aircraft is to operate experimental shuttle flights between Newquay airport and Exeter later this year as part of a government experiment to cut...

Covid-19: “Summit-gate” cover-up poses political threat to Cornwall’s Tories

By Graham Smith Cornwall Council’s new Conservative administration is facing a political crisis of its own making after claiming that the recent G7 Summit was not responsible for spreading...

Covid-19: Cornwall now at 117.5 per 100,000 population, while Devon is still only at 35.5

By Anne North Cornwall’s Covid numbers are continuing to worsen, today (Sunday) recording 117.5 new cases per 100,000 population.  The average for England is 85.5, but Devon is only...

Covid-19: Cornwall is now three times more dangerous than Devon, according to latest data

By Anne North Covid-19 is now spreading north across Cornwall, after the G7 “super-spreader” summit saw the disease take hold in St Ives, Falmouth and Newquay. The latest average...

easyJet now flying from Newquay to Birmingham and Inverness

By Peter Tremayne easyJet is introducing two new routes from Newquay Airport, to Birmingham and Inverness.  One-way fares start at £22.99. The new routes join easyJet routes from Newquay...

Branson’s rocket delayed again

By Peter Tremayne Virgin Orbit has again rescheduled its planned launched of a satellite rocket, delaying take-off by a week.  The LauncherOne had been due to take off from...

Competition intensifies in the horizontal launch space-race

By Peter Tremayne The commercial pressure on Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit company has increased after a rival company successfully put a satellite into space from a horizontal launch. The...

Newquay Airport flights to Dublin, and Belfast, hit by collapse of Stobart Air

By Peter Tremayne Flights between Newquay and Dublin, and Belfast, have been cancelled with immediate effect following the collapse of Stobart Air, which operated the routes on behalf of...

The plague summit? Covid-19 returns to Carbis Bay and other G7 sites

By Anne North The number of new Covid cases in Cornwall is now rising rapidly, with the latest official data recording 12.4 cases per 100,000 population – nearly five...

Covid-19: a fourth cluster in Cornwall, as new cases jump from 2.8 to 8.9 in less than a week

A fourth cluster has appeared this afternoon (Friday) on Cornwall’s Covid map - at Newquay. The rolling average number of new cases has also increased to 8.9 per 100,000 population. ...

Space race hots up as rival companies attempt horizontal launches

By Peter Tremayne The race to develop a commercially-viable horizontal-launch system for low-orbit satellites is set to intensify this weekend, as the Northrop Grumman space company attempts a “top...

Covid-19: Is the G7 Summit a “super-spreader” event? Cornwall records another cluster as St Ives hotel closes

By Anne North A third cluster has appeared on Cornwall’s Covid map – in Ponsanooth, Mabe Burnthouse and Constantine.  It joins St Columb, and Bodmin, which have also appeared...

Newquay Airport passengers arriving from Portugal now face quarantine – but only if they agree to follow the rules

By Peter Tremayne The government’s latest travel advice on overseas holidays has brought a political headache for the new Conservative administration at Cornwall Council – does it agree with...

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly LEP spends £80,000 on advertising itself to the G7, but sows more confusion over just how many jobs there are at the Newquay spaceport

By Graham Smith The Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership has confirmed that it has so far spent “around” £80,000 on promoting itself to world leaders at...

The world’s deepest swimming pool sets its sights on Cornwall (only £145 million still needed)

By Graham Smith Plans for a £150 million pioneering underwater research facility in Cornwall have triggered a predictable media frenzy, with only Cornwall Reports pointing out that the idea...

Should Covid restrictions relax on 21st June? St Austell & Newquay MP Steve Double urges “full steam ahead!”

By Graham Smith The St Austell and Newquay MP Steve Double has called on people to support tourism businesses, seeing them as “a significant part of the government’s levelling...

Branson delays again, as Virgin Orbit’s third flight is rescheduled to end of June

By Peter Tremayne Richard Branson has again postponed the next flight of his LauncherOne satellite rocket.  It had been due to take off from the US Andersen airforce base...

G7 Summit: Police reveal more roadblocks and checkpoints around Newquay airport and in Falmouth

By Peter Tremayne Police have released more information about the chaos and disruption which can be expected by their security measures for the G7 Summit. The roadblocks, checkpoints and...

Inside Tregover: the council flats which are not available to people on the council’s housing waiting list

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Cornwall Council is coming under pressure to be more transparent about the way its new property company operates, after admitting it had paid a large bonus...

Government confusion over Covid travel rules brings new dilemma for Newquay airport and Cornwall Council

By Peter Tremayne The government’s confusion over which countries people can – or should – visit has caused a new headache for Newquay airport and its owner, Cornwall Council....

Newquay fast food shops: punching, kicking and spitting at customers will get your licence revoked

By Richard Whitehouse Councillors had to watch CCTV footage of a violent assault after being asked by police to consider revoking a late night licence for a takeaway. Devon...

Branson awards £7.8 million Newquay spaceport contract to Spanish company

By Peter Tremayne A vital part of the Newquay spaceport is to be built by a Spanish-based company. Virgin Orbit has awarded the contract for developing its Transportable Ground...

Counting the cost after fertiliser fire destroys barn near Summercourt

By Peter Tremayne Firefighters have spent the night at Tredinnick Farm, Gummow’s Shop, Summercourt, damping down a fertiliser blaze which forced residents to keep their windows and doors closed...

“Close windows and doors” advice, as firefighters battle fertiliser blaze near Summercourt

By Peter Tremayne Emergency services are warning people in mid-Cornwall to keep their doors and windows closed because of a huge barn fire, involving fertiliser. Fertiliser can release toxic...

Police appeal for witnesses to accident which killed moped rider

By Peter Tremayne A 48-year-old man from the Newquay area has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, and driving while unfit through drugs, after colliding...

“Significiant progress” on cycle trail, councillors told, as County Hall tries to get costs under control

By Richard Whitehouse A major project to create a series of new multi-user trails in Cornwall is now making “significant progress” councillors have been told. The Saints Trails are...

MP demands urgent action over broken sewage pipe

By Rashleigh MacFarlane St Austell and Newquay MP Steve Double has called on South West Water to take “urgent action” over a burst sewer pipe at The Gannel estuary,...

Cornwall’s latest cycle path will need Compulsory Purchase Orders before it can be finished – more than a year late, and £6 million over budget

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Parts of the Saints Trail cycle path between Newquay and Perranporth will need compulsory purchase orders to secure the necessary land, Cornwall councillors have been told....

White House confirms US President Joe Biden will visit St Ives for G7 Summit

By Peter Tremayne The White House has confirmed that US President Joe Biden will be attending the G7 Summit, in St Ives, from 11th-13th June. Millions of pounds are...

EasyJet flying Newquay-Gatwick from June

By Peter Tremayne EasyJet has confirmed that it is launching a new summer route between Newquay and London Gatwick this summer. Flights from Cornwall Airport Newquay will operate three...

Branson and the satellite rocket: crashed one, launched one, and now another wait

By Peter Tremayne Richard Branson’s Virgin Orbit project appears to be experiencing more delays. The tycoon’s LauncherOne satellite delivery system had been due to take off from Guam, in...

All in one place: the full list of the Cornwall Council candidates

By Julia Penhaligon A total of 374 candidates have entered the contest to elect a new Cornwall Council on 6th May. The tally of candidates by party, or description...

All of Cornwall’s leisure centres will reopen on Monday 12th April

By Rashleigh MacFarlane All 12 of Cornwall Council’s leisure centres are to reopen on 12th April, despite the continuing financial difficulties of the private management company GLL. Saltash, St...

Construction of a new Newquay Aviation Centre due to start in June

By Peter Tremayne Construction of the new Newquay Aviation Centre – due to be leased to the Spaceport next year - is due to start in June, councillors will...

G7 Summit: the £7.8 million cost of parking aircraft at Newquay Airport for three days

By Rashleigh MacFarlane The £7.8 million G7 facelift for Newquay Airport is to improve the “apron” areas between the runway and the terminal building, councillors were told this morning...

EXCLUSIVE: Newquay Airport is in line for an urgent £8 million facelift – paid for by taxpayers – to get it ready for G7 summit

By Julia Penhaligon Newquay Airport is to get a £7,853,000 facelift to make it fit for purpose for the G7 summit, due to start on 11th June. The money...

Tough questions ahead for County Hall, as leisure centres remain closed until the middle of the election campaign

By Rashleigh MacFarlane The future of Cornwall’s leisure centres is likely to be questioned again tomorrow (Tuesday) when councillors consider the latest update from the Cornwall Council cabinet member...

Newquay’s “Reclaim The Streets” vigil cancelled as London protest sees police use force against women

By Peter Tremayne A “Reclaim The Streets” vigil due to have been held in Newquay last night was cancelled, on advice from Devon and Cornwall police. The Newquay vigil...

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By Julia Penhaligon Three of Cornwall’s senior Conservative politicians have written to Richard Branson to distance themselves from the leader of Cornwall Council, who recently dismissed the idea of...

No space tourism from Newquay, Cornwall Council tells Branson

By Peter Tremayne Cornwall Council has poured cold water on Richard Branson's suggestion that he might one day take tourists into orbit from the Newquay spaceport. Mr Branson is...

Now Branson wants to use Newquay for launching tourists into space

By Richard Whitehouse Richard Branson has hinted that space tourism flights could take off from Spaceport Cornwall. The Virgin boss is already part of the Spaceport Cornwall project through...

Tuesday night’s fire destroyed 25% of rare wildlife site

By Rashleigh MacFarlane Cornwall Wildlife Trust has said that about a quarter of its nature reserve between Wadebridge and St Columb was destroyed by Tuesday night’s arson attack, which...

EasyJet confirms new routes to Newquay Airport – if Covid rules permit

By Peter Tremayne EasyJet has confirmed that it will operate at least two new domestic routes from Cornwall Airport Newquay this summer, from just £22.99.  Cornwall Reports forecast the...

Huge gorse fire lights up the sky over Cornwall

Flames could be seen for miles.  Thousands of people took to social media to swap theories, ranging from alien invasion to atomic bomb blast.  A similar fire broke out...

Journalist Mike Trevail, who for decades covered sport, Newquay and Truro Crown Court, dies aged 86

By Graham Smith The journalist Mike Trevail has died, aged 86, at his family home in Truro.  He covered news and sport in Cornwall for more than 60 years....

“We’ll consider a wide range of business models,” says council, as consultants look at the future of Cornwall’s leisure centres

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Cornwall to keep Covid marshals until May at the earliest

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Thinking of a cheap holiday in Portugal? You might have to stay in a Newquay quarantine hotel on your return

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Planners refuse permission to convert St Columb Minor Methodist chapel to housing

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Cornwall’s flagship “Saints Trails” project is way over budget and more than a year behind schedule, says audit report

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Sits Vac: Cornwall spaceport seeks its first apprentice, as new boss looks forward to Newquay’s first rocket launch next year

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Covid-19: Bodmin infections continues to soar

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County Hall warning about very high Covid-19 numbers in Newquay

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Newquay Airport closes until 12th February

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Branson eyes next weekend for his next attempt to reach orbit

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20th February 2017

 

Cornwall Reports is currently examining the Cornwall Council Site Allocations Document, to be considered by the Planning Policy Advisory Committee today (Monday.)

The document identifies the following towns/areas as strategically important for growth: Penzance & Newlyn,  Hayle,  Camborne-Pool-Illogan-Redruth,  Helston, Falmouth and Penryn, Newquay, St Austell, Eco-communities (china clay areas)  Bodmin, Launceston and Saltash.

Here is a map, and the planning officer’s executive summary:

A Cornwall Site Allocations Document is being prepared that sets out strategic sites to deliver Cornwall’s economic and housing growth within some of Cornwall’s largest settlements. The Cornwall Site Allocations Development Plan Document (DPD), forms part of a suite of documents that sit under the banner of the Cornwall Local Plan; demonstrating how the growth targets within the Cornwall Local Plan: Strategic Policies document will be delivered within these settlements.

The development of the area based sections of the Allocations DPD has been progressed in close consultation with the relevant local Cornwall Council members and the Town and Parish Councils.

The document recently went through a period of public consultation, ending on the 16 November 2016.

Approximately 1300 representations were received and the main issues that were raised, together with officer responses, are set out in Appendix 2 (see ‘Supporting Information’ at the end of this report for the link to the document).

 

 

As a result of this consultation, together with the continued engagement with other bodies, various changes to the area based sections were made. Appendix 1 sets out the proposed publication version of the Cornwall Site Allocations DPD, with changes to the area based section highlighted using track changes.

This report is seeking endorsement of this publication version of the Cornwall Site Allocations DPD; which would result in undertaking a further period of public consultation. Subject to no significant changes being required as a result of this consultation, the Service Director of Planning & Sustainable Development, in consultation with the Portfolio Holder for Planning, would then submit the Cornwall Site Allocations DPD to the Secretary for State, which would then lead to an Examination in Public.