Posts Tagged with "truro"

Support for Truro City Council re. TEDC

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

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Dear Mr. Vella I am not local so I appreciate that my comments carry no weight with Cornwall council.  However, since I lived in Penwith, on and off, for ten happy years, and still visit Cornwall regularly, I want to express my support for the city council’s rejection of this scheme (Guardian Saturday 14th January). “Truro [...]

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Do you remember the Roadworks from the 1960s

Sunday, July 24, 2011

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Many residents of Truro will recall the major highways works which occurred in the late 1960s to establish the town centre distributor roads (Station Hill, Bosvigo/City Road, Fairmantle Street) and (St Austell/St Clement Streets) – along which the multi-storey car parks were sited. It is this which created the town centre environment which is so [...]

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Good News from Rob Nolan

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

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‘I’m delighted that in the face of the challenges Truro is facing, politicians have put aside party differences and the ancient rivalries of Town and Parish Councils, to bring all available talents and resources together. Greg Peters, Chairman of Kenwyn Council, has convinced his Council to do something never done before, to sit down with [...]

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The Empire Strikes Back!

Saturday, May 28, 2011

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The Empire Strikes Back!

    A bad hair day at the office methinks

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What are the Needs of the City of Truro?

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

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What are the Needs of the City of Truro?

Maintain Truro City boundary  – not a ‘greater Truro’ – bounded by a green rim. Historic integrity – limit height of new buildings to 2-3 storeys or the height of the trees to keep views of the cathedral, courts and Truro School from within the bowl. Balance of business, employment and housing in the City. [...]

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