Since 2017 the following people have contributed to our communications group: John Adams, Jane Moss, Beccy Brougham-Childs, Rob Follett, Pat Willmore, Servane Trefusis, and Melanie Franks. John Adams and Jane Moss are the joint leads.
We have a number of responsibilities – everything from running this website and our social media, to helping publicise and run events – but our major task is finding out what you think and using your opinions to guide the making of the plan. This plan must reflect what you want.
To achieve this, our aim has been to get in contact with as many people living or working in the Parish of Mylor and Flushing as possible.
We have used a number of methods to hear your views starting with the postcard surveys in late 2017, various exhibitions and presentations in both Flushing and Mylor Bridge, the full parish survey in spring 2018, more exhibitions, the housing needs survey in summer 2018, more exhibitions, an affordable housing sites preference survey in May 2019 and more exhibitions as part of events in the community year. We keep the Parish updated with monthly news in the The Magazine and posters in shop windows and on display sites around the Parish.
We have had a very good response rate to the surveys – thank you – and draft Plan reflects the community’s opinions and wishes. We have recently completed the Regulation 14 Statutory consultation in the full draft plan. This ran from 13 July to 11 September and 89% of respondents to the voluntary poll that accompanied it gave approval to the Plan in its current form.
News updates from the communications group listed below:
It’s a good question. Some people answer ‘as many as possible: we have a list, just get building.’ Other people say ‘not nearly that many, we are not some overspill dormitory for Falmouth and Penryn.’ The starting point the Homechoice … Continue reading →
Jonathan Griffin of the NDP Housing Group highlights a difficulty in tackling second homes in the Parish. ‘It is soul-destroying to see empty houses in the village when you are struggling to find a house of your own, in your … Continue reading →
There is a Zoom meeting of the NDP Steering Group on Thursday 28th January at 7.00 pm. Public attendance is welcomed. See our Minutes & Documents page, and below for Agenda which includes joining instructions. 20210128 AGENDA ZOOMContinue reading →
Happy New Year everyone. The NDP Steering Group will host a brief meeting on Zoom on Wednesday 13 January 2021. The purpose of the meeting is to agree a new Chair and some co-options to the Steering Group. There will … Continue reading →
David Lansdowne has announced that he is stepping down immediately from his role as Chair of the Mylor Parish NDP, a position he has occupied since 2018. He will also resign from Mylor Parish Council. His full resignation statement will … Continue reading →
There is a Zoom meeting of the NDP Steering Group on Tuesday 15th December at 6pm. Public attendance is welcomed. See our Minutes & Documents page, and click here for Agenda which includes joining instructions.Continue reading →
You are invited to attend a public engagement meeting on Monday 7th December at 6.00pm. This is for new affordable homes on the Tregew Meadow 2 (TM2) site mentioned in previous documents. The full poster is here together with a … Continue reading →
New Affordable Houses – things are moving forward in Flushing The news that a Pre-application has been made to Cornwall Council’s Planning Department for affordable housing on a site on the edge of Flushing is good news. The site – … Continue reading →
Community Engagement Meeting re Tregew Meadow on Monday 7th December 6pm by Zoom. There will be an online public meeting on Monday 7th December at 6pm for Cornwall Council to formally present the Tregew Meadow proposal to Mylor Parish Council. … Continue reading →
Two joint meetings with the Parish Council, Cornwall Council and others have given rise to cautious optimism. Cautious optimism for NDP progress The steering group has been concerned over the past few weeks about departures from the process set out … Continue reading →