It reads: “There are no external alterations needed as the property already has two separate entrances as shown.
“The shape and size of the existing shop is proving uneconomical in this quiet part of Newquay, where the demand for space is more suited for smaller traders.”
This relates to St Teath Methodist Church, Trevilley Lane, St Teath.
There are no more details for this project published at this time.
This relates to the fomer Bray And Co Estate Agents on The Square, St Keverne, on the Lizard.
The application reads: “It is intended that the café will be open from 10am to 10pm, seven days a week. Between 10am and 5pm the café will serve fine teas, coffees, cream teas and home made cakes and biscuits.
“Between 5pm and 10pm hand-made pizzas will be made on the premises for takeaway sale.
“Customer car parking is available within The Square.”
This relates to The Queens Arms Inn, Pellor Road, Breage.
There are no more details available.
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The plans related to the land off Tregenna Fields in Camborne, which is currently vacant.
They propose one two-bed bungalow, two three-bed bungalows, four three-bed houses, one three-bed bungalow, nine four-bedroom houses, two one-bed flats, three two-bedroom houses and one three-bed house.
Advice was given by Peter Bainbridge, Cornwall Council’s principal development officer.
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“It would result in the loss of best and most versatile agricultural land.
“It is only an officer’s opinion given in good faith, and without prejudice to the formal consideration of any planning application. However, the advice note issues will be considered by the council as a material consideration in the determination of future planning related applications, subject to the proviso that circumstances and information may change or come to light that could alter the position.”
This was for property Crenver Cottage, Crenver Grove, Praze An Beeble.
It read: “The building will provide a beauty and treatment room where the different functions can be separated for better privacy and customer experience.
“There is sufficient parking to the front of the property to accommodate four cars with additional parking on the other side of the road which the owner will use when the business is in operation. The business is for the owner of the property and her daughter.
“The owner of the property wants to reduce the hours she has been working and take a part-time role initially with her daughter working there the majority of the time.
“My client wants to enjoy more time to herself whilst protecting her daughter’s future.
“Although most people will visit the property for treatment this will not likely be all the time as they are looking to visit clients’ properties or pick up people in the area who are housebound or with no transport. There seems to be a high demand for this business model.
“The garage is clearly separated from the main dwelling and is an easy way of separating the business from the main dwelling.”
The local authority’s decision notice reads: “The proposed development would, due to its location result in patrons being dependent upon the private vehicle to visit the proposed business and hence fail to accord with the aims of Policy 5 of the Cornwall Local Plan which requires that new business and tourism proposals should be well integrated with our city, towns and villages and well served by public transport.
“In the absence of any robust evidence to demonstrate that there is an identified site specific need for the business proposal in this location the economic benefits of the proposal to the private individual would not outweigh the inherently unsuitable location of the site to local services, facilities and transport alternatives and is therefore considered as unsustainable.
“The proposal, which would require alterations to the existing domestic garage in particular to the front elevation which overlooks the main road, introducing a change in character to the building through the introduction of patio doors, the associated parking by customers and pressure to provide s and signage, which will not protect nor enhance the character and appearance of the area which is viewed as part of the open countryside.”
This relates to the site west of Pendora Wayfields, St Kew Highway.
It read: “The site is previously developed land (brownfield site) adjacent to the existing built up hamlet of St Kew Highway. It meets criteria to be defined as a rural exception site to provide an affordable led housing scheme.
“At least 50 per cent of the houses provided will be affordable to reflect local ne whilst maintaining a financially viable scheme for the applicant.
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“The existing trees and hedgerows will be maintained to minimise the visual impact from vantage points. Extra greenery will be provided throughout the site plan to provide screening and help to retain the rural setting of the location and enhance the biodiversity and ecological value of the site.
“Two car parking spaces will be provided per dwelling plus additional parking for visitors will be included and a minimum of 50 square metres of rear amenity will be provided per dwelling.”