Cornwall Council poised to lodge “strong objections” to proposed bonfire of planning controls

Posted By on 18th September 2020

By Richard Whitehouse A cross-party group of Cornwall councillors will call on all members of the council to support submitting “strong objections” to the government’s proposals to change the planning…


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  1. Both the UK government and the staff at Konsel Kernow firmly believe that our country of Kernow is the same as most of the UK. It is not. For the last fifty years the civil servants have permitted property to be built on land which has large mines beneath it. This has got to stop. Unless the government pays out to have the whole of our country tested for where ALL the mines are, and where it is actually safe to build property. Until that happens then NO new property should be built. So when a new property falls down three thousand year old mine workings, who is going to be taken to court? HMG for allowing it to be built in the first place.? We need this to be answered NOW.
    Elizabeth Hawken

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