The next meeting of Full Council will take place on Monday 3 October at 7pm. The Planning Committee meeting scheduled for Monday 19 September has been postponed and will now take place on Monday 26 September at 7pm.
When and where
- Date: 17.07.2021
- Time: 7:00 pm
- Location: Temperance Hall, Lower Market Street, Penryn, TR10 8BH
- Meeting agenda pack (PDF)
- Meeting minutes (PDF) – not yet available
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Planning applications that will be discussed at this meeting are listed below.
|Application Number||Details||Response Deadline|
|PA21/05274||Address: 11A Polwithen Road, Penryn
Description of work: Construction of 2 residential dwellings and associated works
Applicant: Mr R Vyvyan
|20 July 2021|
|PA21/02987||Address: 111 Little Oaks, Penryn
Description of work: Raise existing decking area. Extend existing fencing to length of the new extended patio
Applicant: Miss B Bertelli
|23 July 2021|
To receive apologies for absence.
2. Declarations of interest
To receive declarations of interest in respect of any items on the agenda and to consider requests from members for dispensations.
3. Public participation
An opportunity for members of the public to address the Town Council concerning matters on the agenda. Find out more about public participation at meetings and make a request to speak.
4. Planning minutes
To approve as a correct record, minutes 12 to 20 of the meeting of the Planning Committee held on 21 June 2021. Details on pages 3 to 4 of the agenda pack.
To receive items of correspondence relevant to the committee.
6. Planning applications
To consider the planning applications submitted for observation. Details on page 5 of the agenda pack.
7. Decisions notices
To note the planning decision notices from Cornwall Council. Details on page 6 of the agenda pack.
8. Woodland Burials
To discuss Woodland/Green Burials. Details on page 7 of the agenda pack.
9. 20s Plenty for Us
To discuss opting in to the campaign to make the residential streets in the town a speed limit of 20mph.
10. Falmouth & Penryn Conservation Areas Advisory Committee (F&PCAAC)
To note the minutes of the F&PCAAC meeting on 7 June 2021. Details on pages 8 to 10 of the agenda pack.
MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE PLANNING COMMITTEE OF PENRYN HELD ON MONDAY 19 JULY 2021 AT 7:00PM IN THE TEMPERANCE HALL (TEETOTAL HALL), LOWER MARKET STREET, PENRYN
Bennett, Doyle, Grant – Vice-Chairman, Hanks, Harrison, Hernandez, Jordan, Kirby, Ronchetti, M May, Milan, Tucker, Wenmoth, Widdon and Williams
Linda Body – Administration Officer
Councillor Grant informed the meeting that the three new co-opted Councillors (Doyle, Grant and Hernandez) have now signed their Declarations of Acceptance of Office and welcomed them to the meeting.
Apologies for absence were received from Councillor Langan (out of County)
22. Declarations of Interest
Councillor Ronchetti declared apecuniary interest in PA21/05274 as the application site is next door to his property. There were no requests for dispensations.
23. Public Participation
No requests had been received from members of the public wishing to speak at the meeting.
24. Planning Minutes
RESOLVED that minute numbers 12 to 20 of the Planning Committee held on 21 June 2021 were approved and signed as a correct record.
Proposed by Councillor May and seconded by Councillor Wenmoth.
Correspondence had been received from Dr Jo Garrett, a previous Town Councillor and Vice-Chairman of the Council’s Climate Emergency Group. Ms Garrett, a Research Associate at Exeter University, has offered to assist on any further research and information required on future planning committee agenda items that are linked to climate emergency.
26. Planning Applications
PA21/05274 – 11A Polwithen Road, Penryn
Construction of 2 residential dwellings and associated works.
Councillor Ronchetti left the meeting room and did not take part in any discussions regarding the application.
RESOLVED that the Town Council OBJECTS to the application. The Council takes into the account the issues raised by the neighbour in regard to over-shadowing of the next door property and the design is also uncharacteristic to the street scene.
Proposed by Councillor Widdon and seconded by Councillor May.
Councillor Ronchetti returned to the meeting after the discussion.
PA21/02987 – 111 Little Oaks, Penryn
Raise existing decking area. Extend existing fencing to length of the new extended patio
RESOLVED that the Town Council OBJECTS to the application. The layout of the decking is far too big for the site and the Council also recognises the lack of privacy this would afford to the neighbouring property.
Proposed by Councillor Widdon and seconded by Councillor Kirby
27. Decision Notices
The list of decision notices received since the last meeting were noted.
28. Woodland Burials
The meeting discussed the opportunity whether to consider having a woodland burial site in Penryn.
After general discussion the meeting RESOLVED to not pursue the matter further at this time and to review the situation in 12 months time.
Proposed by Councillor Widdon and seconded by Councillor Grant.
29. 20s Plenty for Us
The meeting discussed whether to opt in to the campaign ‘20s Plenty for Us’.
During a lengthy discussion the following was highlighted:
- There have previously been many discussions in regard to speed limits in the town
- Concerns regarding how the restricted speed limit would be enforced
- Councillor Widdon reported that there could be funding made available from Cornwall Council for future traffic calming measures
- People will feel safer walking and less likely to use their cars
RESOLVED that a 20mph speed limit would be beneficial and safer for residents on some streets in the town but not to opt in to the ’20s Plenty Campaign’ at the present time.
Proposed by Councillor May and seconded by Councillor Widdon.
30. FALMOUTH & PENRYN CONSERVATION AREAS ADVISORY COMMITTEE MINUTES (F&PCAAC)
The minutes of the Falmouth & Penryn Conservation Areas Advisory Committee held via Zoom on 7 June 2021 were noted.
There being no further business to transact the meeting was closed at 7.45pm