Our group members have been: Beccy Brougham-Childs, Dorinda Charnaud, Kate Griffin, Sophie McGannity (lead), Pen Polglase, and Servane Trefusis.
We call ourselves the ‘super group’; a combination of education and community facilities, the places and organisations that make the Parish a vibrant, attractive place to live for people of all ages.
An important part of the Neighbourhood Development Plan relates to the community facilities for those living here. We all know of villages in Cornwall where many of the homes are not lived in full time, where shops and pubs struggle to attract enough business, schools close and the communities dwindle. Mylor and Flushing are lively communities all year round, and our facilities need to preserved and enhanced to support us in the future.
We are looking at existing facilities – retail, health and wellbeing, cultural, leisure and green spaces to see how these fit with residents’ present requirements and what may be needed in the future.
As for education, we are looking at what may be needed in the future as our population changes. This covers everything from schools and college access, to adult learning, clubs and societies.
As communities change and develop, support is needed in all forms of learning and education and it covers all age groups. It’s a part of what what makes a community. What do we need to take our communities into the future? Are there enough places in our schools? Can local businesses find the skills they need within the community or do they have to look elsewhere?
Our future, our plan.
News updates from the community facilities group listed below:
The new Parish Council, which met for the first time on 20 May, will now see the Plan through the examination process to the final referendum. After that, all being well, it will become ‘made’. To get to that point, the NDP has two … Continue reading →
The coming week is a big one for the Mylor NDP. Mylor Parish Councillors have now reviewed the full Plan and all the supporting documents, in preparation for it to be submitted to Cornwall Council and the examiner. The NDP … Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
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 →
The Mylor Parish Council have issued a statement denying all perceptions that have been levelled at them over the last few weeks. The statement clarifies their position and states that they want to work with the NDP SG to bring … Continue reading →
NDP welcomes Cornwall Council’s clarification on affordable homes Fears that Mylor’s Neighbourhood Development Plan was being side-lined by Cornwall Council and Mylor Parish Council have been put to rest at a meeting hosted by the Steering Group on 21 October … Continue reading →
These minutes have been added to the Minutes & Documents pageContinue reading →
OPEN LETTER FROM THE MYLOR NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN STEERING GROUP A copy of a letter from Cornwall Council has appeared in the Post Office window in Mylor Bridge today, 14 October 2020. The NDP team is concerned to read about … Continue reading →