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Emergency Evacuation and Domestic Procedures
Election of Chairman for 2010/2011
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Apologies for Absence
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Decision Making - Legal Officer to Advise in Respect of Members' Responsibilities
Public Speaking Information
Members of the public have the right to speak at meetings of the Planning Committee during consideration of planning applications. Registration to speak at the meeting must be made with Democratic Services and should be received no later than 12 noon two working days before the Planning Committee meeting at which you wish to speak. Forms to register to speak are available to download from the Council’s website or may be obtained by telephoning Democratic Services on 01726 223627.
Applications for Consideration
09/ 01152 Midas Homes Ltd. Former Duporth Holiday Village, Duporth Road (Brick Hill), Duporth, St Austell. The lifting of condition 25 and variation of condition 22 of 06/00244 for the mixed use development comprising residential (including elderly support accommodation) holiday accommodation, B1 employment and other associated infrastructure with regards to the holiday units to allow the holiday units to allow the holiday units to be replaced with residential accommodation. PDF 571 KB
PA/03/0294/10/ R Rowse Developments Ltd. 57 Falmouth Road, Truro, TR1 2HL. Demolition of existing dwelling, garage and outbuildings and construction of seven flats together with revised access. PDF 643 KB
10/ 00149 Mr & Mrs Wagstaff. 17 Esplanade, Fowey PL23 1HY. Change of use from hotel/bed & breakfast accommodation (Class C1) to dwelling (Class C3). Replacement of lower ground floor rear extension, reinstatement of railings to front, removal of air conditioning extraction system and ductwork, removal of first floor rear fire escape and other alterations. PDF 478 KB
Any Other Business that the Chairman Considers to be of Urgency
NB: The Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985 prohibits the consideration of any items which have not appeared on the agenda for the meeting unless the Chairman is prepared to certify that a proposed item is ‘urgent’. If urgent, the special circumstances which make it so, must be spelled out to the meeting and included in the minutes.