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  • Scrapping Cornwall incinerator plan 'would save £80m'

    By mwill at 09:41 on 17/07/12
    Artist's impression of the proposed St Dennis Incinerator
    Cornwall Council could save £80million if it scrapped plans for an incinerator and used alternative forms of waste disposal. The Cornwall Waste Forum (CWF) presented its proposal to the council's waste development advisory panel last week which agreed the ideas should be independently assessed for the council. More information here: http://www.thisiscornwall.co.uk/Scrapping-Cornwall-incinerator-plan-save-pound/story-16547523-de...
  • Shock as Premier Inn is approved by Falmouth Planning Committee

    By mwill at 20:22 on 02/07/12
    "No" to Premier Inn, say residents and B&B owners
    Concerned residents and B&B owners reacted with shock as Falmouth Town Council's Planning Committee approved proposed plans for a 74-bedroom Premier Inn hotel on the site of the carpark at Campbeltown Way, Port Pendennis, Falmouth.   The meeting heard Terry Barnes, a director of New Cornwall Developments Ltd, put the case for the hotel development in terms of its design. A number of speakers opposed then made their case...
  • The Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) debate goes on

    By mwill at 01:09 on 13/06/12
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    Falmouth's status as a town with a significant population of students at University College Falmouth means that affordable rented housing is in short supply. Many existing properties are used as Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO), allowing several students to share the same property. Some believe that this has created a shortage of property for families in the town. A number of Falmouth Town councillors have responded by proposing the...
  • No funding for Stadium for Cornwall

    By mwill at 21:07 on 28/05/12
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    No funding for Stadium for Cornwall - by Miles Davis Cornwall Council has refused a last-ditch plea to fund the multi-million pound stadium for Cornwall. The stadium developers appealed to the council for £10million of taxpayers' money to help launch the proposed £24million stadium. See No Funding for Stadium for Cornwall on thisiscornwall.co.uk for full details.
  • Cornwall Council members reject Stadium for Cornwall role

    By mwill at 16:57 on 16/05/12
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    Cornwall Council members have rejected a proposal to lead a project to build a "Stadium for Cornwall", reinforcing its March 2012 statement, which had said: "The Council has not agreed to contribute to the construction costs or fund any specific infrastructure projects relating to the Stadium or to act as a guarantor for the project. While we continue to support the principle of creating a multi purpose stadium for...

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