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MYLOR PARISH AFFORDABLE HOMES
TREGEW MEADOW DEVELOPMENT
The Parish Council is pleased to announce that it has organised a meeting to provide all members of the Parish with the opportunity to discuss this proposed development with the Parish Council and Sam Irving, Head of Housing Delivery & Development at Cornwall Council. Further details can be found here
The date of the meeting is Monday 7th December at 6.00pm on zoom please see the poster with joining instructions if you hover over the Zoom link, you can click on it and it will take you through to the meeting
We are aware that Zoom is not always accessible for everyone to use. Alternatively you can dial into the meeting by phone, instructions on how to do this can be found in this link: Dial in by phone.
If you have any comments or questions regarding the development and are not able to access the meeting, or if you would like to submit any questions or comments in advance, please write to the clerk at email@example.com
Due to the Coronavirus crisis we will now be holding our Parish Meetings on Zoom until further notice.
The next Main Parish Council meeting will be on Monday 30th November at 7pm
The next planning meeting will be held on Tuesday 8th December at 7pm on Zoom
Please see the following flyer regarding Coronavirus here, if you have any queries or need further information please contact our clerk, details below.
Please find attached the Parish Grants Notice for 2020, if you are an organisation which will benefit from a parish grant, please apply.
CONTACT OUR CLERK
If you have an enquiry please contact our Parish Council Clerk and Financial Officer, Melissa Kelly:
Tel: 07541 768102
Address: 96 Gweal Pawl, Redruth, TR15 3DW
WELCOME TO MYLOR PARISH COUNCIL
Mylor Parish is made up of the two villages of Flushing and Mylor Bridge, plus several small hamlets. The Register of Electors records a population of 2,548 inhabitants. It is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with farming, fishing, tourism and water based activities all playing an important role in the local economy.
The rural nature of the landscape is boarded to the east by the beautiful Fal estuary and creeks, extensively used for recreational and commercial use. The parish has 4 boatyards and 3 sailing/yacht clubs. The magnificent estates and parklands of Enys, Carclew and Trefusis are a feature of the parish landscape and historical past.
Mylor Parish is a popular place to live with a wide range of activities for all ages. We have excellent amenities and village schools, all of which cater for day to day living.