Category Archive: News


March 28, 2018 - No comments

An ‘Ideas Exchange’ of short talks exploring the present and future for Truro presented by Truro Civic Society, in partnership with Truro City Council, TruroBID and Cornwall Council. Two 20min talks with 20min Q&A – 6-7pm Tuesday evenings from April 3rd to 22nd May at the Old Cathedral School. See more:—

Truro is dead at night ‘because no one actually lives in the city centre anymore’

November 3, 2017 - Add Comment

Bert Biscoe opens the debate about the opportunities available to us at the old Carrick site. Read [...]

A Message from the Neighbourhood Plan team

April 24, 2017 - Add Comment

For five long years Truro City Council and Kenwyn Parish councillors have worked hard to provide [...]

Vote Yes on November 10th

October 23, 2016 - Add Comment

The Neighbourhood Plan is an important Planning document produced by the community to set out how [...]

What’s up – Christmas 2015

November 27, 2015 - Add Comment

It would appear that the Railway Station forecourt project is ‘on hold’ – not sure of the [...]

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Current Planning Issues

October 11, 2015 - Add Comment

I am glad to report that some improvements have been made to 117 Kenwyn Street. The site has been [...]

Blunt not the heart, enrage it! *

July 17, 2015 - Add Comment

A new government and new relaxations – no planning consent required for brownfield sites! I have [...]

Of Stadiums, Supermarkets and Sewage

March 23, 2015 - Add Comment

The big news this month is the latest round in the battle to build at Threemilestone. Thursday 12th [...]

Last chance to comment on Neighbourhood Plan

January 14, 2015 - Add Comment

The Truro and Kenwyn Plan is getting close to the final stage and is currently seeking comments from [...]

Another hillside under threat

May 22, 2014 - Add Comment

Just to add to the forthcoming developments at Union Corner, Tolgullow, Langarth, Willow Green, [...]

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