Cornwall is the “perfect example” of why planning rules should change, says Robert Jenrick

Posted By on 6th September 2020

By Richard Whitehouse and Julia Penhaligon Scandal-hit housing secretary Robert Jenrick has visited Cornwall to tell Conservative party supporters and local government figures that his proposed reform of planning rules…


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  1. The treacle emanating down to us from the swamp, would make me laugh, if it was not so dangerous. We can not build property just any where. Why? because the whole of Kernow is covered in old mine workings. We have been mining here for over four thousand years. No one actually knows where all the mines are, until the properties fall down them. Also, because of all the so called new ways of producing power by the minerals we have a great deal of, and no one ells has. Except a couple of countries. So our mines will be reopened at a rate of knots by the mineral rights owners. Only they have the rights as to their land no one ells. So both HMG and the swamp are living in cloud cuckoo land.
    Elizabeth Hawken

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