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THE REGULATION 14 STATUTORY CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED.
Invitations to the consultation were sent by postcard to all households and by email
The full draft Neighbourhood Development Plan for the Parish of Mylor has been available for public consultation for nearly 10 weeks. Every household and business in the Parish was sent a postcard with details of where to read the Plan and comment. Although you can no longer comment, documents are still available here.
Because of the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, we extended the public consultation from the usual 6 weeks until midnight on 11 September in order to allow more time for people to view it.
829 responses were received including 150 comments for consideration:
The Draft Plan’s policies are based on the results of our earlier consultations with the community, including surveys, research and information gathered since late 2017. Thank you to everyone who has fed in their views. We have had a high level of response and the Plan is a reflection of the community’s needs and wishes, supported by detailed evidence.
What happens next?
The Parish Council now have to consider all the comments that have been received and make decisions and justifications on any changes to the final Plan. Once that is done, the plan is submitted to an independent inspector who may well recommend further changes.
Once that has happened, Cornwall Council will organise a referendum on the final Plan, to ask the community whether our planning policies should be made into law.
At this point you will have a final say.