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Menheniot Parish Council

Planning - Weekly Reports

How planning decisions are made

Planning decisions are made by Cornwall Council Planning Officers according to the polices set out in the Cornwall Local Plan. The final decision on any planning matter is made by Cornwall Council, and not the parish council. The Parish Council must always be consulted by Cornwall Council, and it must agree an opinion at its public meeting. When it does, the Parish Council has to follow strict and legal rules about what matters when giving that opinion. It can only consider the effect that the planning proposal will have on the surrounding area and the people who live there.

You can view a weekly summary of planning applications submitted and decisions made in the parish listed above.

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