Your opportunity to determine how Community money should be spent

Cornwall Council are conducting a survey on how the Community Infrastructure Levy should be spent. CIL comes into operation in January 2019. It is really important you complete the survey which can be found here on the council website - here is a link to it:

The closing date for the survey is 22nd October 2018 - please take part.

Calling all citizens of St Blazey - we need your help

Lovely St Blazey Community, in preparing the Neighbourhood Plan, we could really do with photos of St Blazey, both past and present. If you have copyright free photos you are happy to share with us, please email us at [email protected] or telephone the Town Clerk on 01726 816595

  Windows into the Past

An interesting booklet mapping the history of St Blazey over a half mile walk, making a pleasant stroll
between two pubs, is available
from Gott Hall for £4.50

 Silence on the Neighbourhood Plan does not mean nothing is  happening. The plan is on its way to be drafted, as are the policies. The responses you, the community, made to the
survey have been enormously helpful in shaping the plan.

Throughout August, September and October 2017, the St Blaise Neighbourhood Plan working group conducted an in-depth household survey. The survey was available online, via this website,  and in addition a paper copy was sent to every household in the parish. Its aim was to investigate and understand the opinions of local residents on several topics; housing, natural environment and economy, which would help to shape the policies in the Neighbourhood Plan. The results have now been analysed and can be seen on the SURVEY RESULTS page.

The StARR Project (St Austell Bay Resilient Regeneration)

Following the PL24 Futures event held on 12th April 2018 (see poster), a survey was generated to ask for your opinions on local flooding issues and the StARR project before 11 May. The results are now available on the cornwall council website:

Tom Fletcher of the Environment Agency has produced a summary of the flood issues - please see our StARR project page

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It's YOUR town - have YOUR say