Council changes plans on wind turbine applications following changes in Government policy

PRESS RELEASE 24 July 2015 Cornwall Council has decided not to submit planning applications for wind turbines to be built on three sites on Council owned land following the Government’s recent change of policy on wind turbines. The Council had originally proposed to build wind turbines on six sites across Cornwall. However, following consultation with […]

The Case for Cornwall – who voted for this?

Cornwall Council got into the national news last week following the agreement reached with Central Government for the devolution of extra powers to Truro. I suspect this came as news to many people so we attach the document produced by Cornwall Council arguing their case. It makes interesting reading but given the current financial difficulties […]

Tredinnick Farm, Judicial Review – the tip of an iceberg

News of the outcome of the Judicial Review of Cornwall Council’s decision to grant planning permission for a 77m Turbine at Tredinnick Farm, near Newquay, close to the National Trust property Trerice, has been widely reported in the local and national media. Cornwall Council did not contest the application for Judicial Review by local resident […]