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  • Review of Direct Payments Scheme leads to changes to make them easier to understand and use 20 August 2019
    People who use Direct Payments in Cornwall will now find them much easier to understand and use, following a review by Cornwall Council. The Council worked with disAbility Cornwall & Isles of Scilly, a user led disabled people’s organisation and people who use Direct Payments to change the Direct Payment Agreement, which was identified as […]
  • Cornwall Council speaks up for its residents with a call out to the Prime Minister for more funding 20 August 2019
    Cornwall Council has joined up with councils from across the country to call for a fairer funding commitment from the new Prime Minister. More than 30 leaders from the largest councils have signed an open letter to the Telegraph, urging the Prime Minister to follow up on his promise to ‘level up’ funding - with […]
  • Cornwall town now managing all former Cornwall Council managed sites 20 August 2019
    Residents in St Columb Major are now benefitting from having more control over public buildings and spaces following the transfer of a number of sites to the Town Council from Cornwall Council. Following the successful transfer of the town’s library last year the town is now set to continue with that success by taking on: […]
  • Council introduces new technology to tackle those who wrongly park in residents only parking zones 19 August 2019
    New technology is being introduced in Cornwall to help tackle the issue of cars without permits parking in resident only parking zones. We’re introducing camera cars to make best use of technology, give value for money and free up our civil enforcement officers so that we can use them in other areas where there are […]
  • Coast protection works at Long Rock completed 16 August 2019
    A major project to improve the coastal resilience in Mounts Bay has been completed, with a 350 metre length of the coast at Long Rock now open for the general public. Over 12,500 tonnes of locally sourced rock has been used to protect the most vulnerable section of this coast from eroding and being breached […]