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A walk down memory lane. Although there’ll soon be 2,700 houses (at least) there.

Here’s a blog below that I posted back in December 2014, three months before what was possibly the most shambolic planning meeting in the history of Cornwall Council. It brings shivers down the spine to recall it, but that was … Continue reading

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Falmouth/Penryn: working towards cutting out democracy

In the old council before the 2013 elections, Falmouth was represented by a couple of councillors who looked extremely favourably on developers, rarely opposing their plans. In fact, so keen were they that they demanded more houses for Falmouth. And … Continue reading

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Truro: Council allows developers to take us forward to the 1930s

When I was last in Truro in the late 1960s (or was it the 1860s?) it was not unlike other Cornish towns. Slightly more pretentious perhaps, with that great big church thing in the middle of town and a new … Continue reading

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