Our group is: Jenny Adams, Heather Hall, David Pollard, Brian Michael, Jan Robson and Jill Quilliam (lead).
How do you get around in the Parish? What do you think of the local public transport? Perhaps you walk, cycle or maybe ride horses? Perhaps you drive a car but have also seen the massive increase in traffic in the villages? How accessible are our communities for those with a disability?
The Transport group are looking at all these issues and want to determine just what is needed in the future. The speed of some traffic through the villages and the need for maintained footpaths and bridleways all come under the remit of our group and will form another important part of the the plan for our future.
Do you have an opinion? Join our group and help us develop a plan for the future that is safe and enjoyable for all.
Our future, our plan
News updates from the Transport group listed below:
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. You can read it here. The NDP team is … Continue reading →
The Regulation 14 Statutory Consultation on the Full Draft Plan closed at midnight on Friday 11 September, having opened on 13 July 2020. 828 Parishioners took the time to read the Plan, either online or with a paper copy. Of … Continue reading →
This week, from 10 October we start our series of public consultation meetings which will help form the policies that will appear in the Neighbourhood Development Plan. There are meetings about Housing Development and Affordable Housing, Business and Economy, Transport … Continue reading →
Jill Quilliam asks some pertinent questions about the impact of new development on our traffic. With some thoughtful planning, does it have to be a problem? Think about it… more houses will bring residents’ vehicles, work vans and trucks, delivery … Continue reading →
Jill Quilliam is a member of the team looking at transport, traffic and parking as part of our NDP. Here Jill looks ahead to the traffic and parking issues that will affect any new developments, and makes some suggestions Looking … Continue reading →