The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (NPSG) has the responsibility for getting the plan through all of the required steps to ensure that the end result reflects the views of the entire community.
The NPSG operates according to its Terms of Reference which may be read here.
The Terms of Reference states:
- The NPSG shall be formed from current town councillors and local members of the community and shall include not fewer than six and up to 12 members (no more than six to be Town Councillors in any capacity), to be ratified by the Hayle Town Council.
- The six non-Councillor places will be advertised as part of the process.
- The Town Clerk, or a representative from the Town Council office, can be present in an ex-officio, non-voting capacity at all meetings.
- The NPSG may co-opt additional support to carry out specific tasks for as short or long a period as necessary.
This is such an important and exciting opportunity for the town that anyone with an interest will be welcome to attend meetings and to contribute.
All are welcome – please join in.
Steering Group Members
The membership of the Steering Group is:
Town Council Members (maximum 6):
- John Bennett, Chair. Hayle Town Council
- Graham Coad. Mayor, Hayle Town Council
- Bernie Wills. Hayle Town Council
- Jayne Ninnes. Hayle Town Council
- Brian Capper, Deputy Chair. Hayle Town Council
- Nick Farrar. Hayle Town Council
Community Members (maximum 6):
- David Raymer. Rotary Club, Day Care Centre & Bodriggy Surgery
- Valerie Reardon. Resident. Environment and Green Energy Lead. Interested in Arts, Culture, Media and Sport.
- Maureen and Chris Roantree (sharing one position). Residents.
- Paul Pellegrinetti, Resident.
- Vanessa Luckwell, Community Link Officer, Cornwall Council
- Lucy Frears. Hayle Oral History Project
- Richard Hammond. Friends of Hayle Swimming Pool
- Mike Witheridge. Angarrack resident
- Andy Golay. Penpol School Governor
- Kerry Willcocks. Resident.
Draft Documents for Comment
The following maps are in an early draft stage. It would be very helpful if you could review them for accuracy and send us any corrections or suggestions.
Town boundaries will be used to determine the areas where appropriate commercial activity can occur. Village boundaries will be used to define the limit of expansion so that the villages can remain separated and not absorbed into adjacent development.
Built-Up areas define where development has taken place and where ‘in-fill’ development can occur. Outside the built-up areas there will be different policies for new development.
Policies are not yet ready for these areas.
Agendas, Minutes and Documents
Brief notes on the meeting on Education with Paul Renowden of Cornwall Council.
20151010 Meeting Documents
This is the presentation given on 28 May 2014 to organisations interested in joining the Steering Group.