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  • Cabinet backs £495,000 Torpoint regeneration plan 15 February 2019
    Cornwall Council’s Cabinet this week backed ambitious plans to acquire Torpoint Police Station as part of a £495,000 town regeneration scheme. The police station forms part of the plan developed by Torpoint Town Council and Cornwall Council to deliver 55 one and two-bedroomed apartments, a new library, and retained space for police offices.  If approved […]
  • Anti-social behaviour team takes action in Camborne and Newquay and secures closure orders 14 February 2019
    Cornwall Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour Team in partnership with Devon & Cornwall Police, have successfully taken action on behalf of local residents to close down two properties in Camborne and Newquay, following recent closures in Penzance and St Ives.  The orders are part of a continued crack down on anti-social behaviour and a demonstration of the […]
  • Partnership backs plan for dedicated Penzance caseworker in anti-social behaviour clampdown 14 February 2019
    Penzance is to get a dedicated anti-social behaviour caseworker for the first time as part of Cornwall Council and Penzance Town Council’s ongoing bid to tackle problems in the town. At a meeting this week (February 11) town councillors agreed to jointly fund the 12-month pilot with Cornwall Council who will manage the case worker. […]
  • Cornwall steps up action at national clean air summit 14 February 2019
    Cornwall will add its voice to major cities and other local authorities today to tackle the growing national air quality crisis and improve public health. Cornwall Council Leader Adam Paynter was invited to attend the National Clean Air Summit in London, joining the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Health Secretary […]
  • Landslip in Lostwithiel 13 February 2019
    Cornwall Council has received reports of a landslip at Scrations Lane, Lostwithiel. There are no injuries reported and no danger to properties and residents. Cormac highways staff are onsite, including our geoenvironmental engineer. They are assessing the situation and checking on the stability of the section of the hillside that has collapsed. Approx 1000 tonnes […]