On behalf of the Newquay Neighbourhood Plan group please see below the latest update on progress so far. Information about the Neighbourhood plan will also available at upcoming community events throughout the summer. To contact the group please email firstname.lastname@example.org…
The students from Tretherras and Treviglas have done a great job carrying out market research with parents, students and businesses and the results are now being analysed. The findings from this piece of work plus the results of the (still open, link here) scoping survey will help inform the next stage of consultation. This will be more in depth and focused on specific areas or themes for the Neighbourhood Plan.
In addition we have also been welcomed by Newquay Regeneration Forum to talk to their members about the Neighbourhood Plan and make sure that local interest groups get involved and have their views heard. In fact there is a business scoping survey, kindly put together by the students, and can be completed by clicking here. Please share this with anyone you think is interested.
We’re busy working on a website that will hold the most up to date information on the Neighbourhood Plan and we’re also planning on attending many local events over the summer to start to consult in a more in depth way, based on what you’re telling us so far.
Don’t forget, we’re also really happy to come and talk to any local interest group in the community, just get in touch and we could come to your next meeting.
Early results are telling us that priority areas for the Neighbourhood Plan concern the natural environment, local business, community facilities and parking. We’re now comparing this to what is in the emerging Cornwall Local Plan and how a Newquay Neighbourhood Plan can add the detail to make sure residents have influence over development happening in the area.
As ever it’s your involvement that will make it happen. So please do take part in the process and encourage others that you know to do the same. The more people we engage with the better the plan will be as it will reflect what you – the community wants. Share the surveys, keep an eye out in the local press, visit us at events and contact us directly on email@example.com or on 01637 878388 (and select option 1)– we want to hear from you.