Cornwall Council Climate Emergency Planning Policies

Aug 12, 2020 | News

Cornwall has declared a climate emergency and we need change to address it. Our aim to become carbon neutral by 2030, is a massive ask. It will take a combined effort from the Council and everyone in Cornwall. Businesses, residents and visitors will all need to act to achieve this huge step. We will be calling on Westminster to give us powers and funding to help deliver our ambitions. All services across the Council will have a part to play and planning is an important part of the solution. But we must continue to be able to house our residents and provide infrastructure. Giving our children and grandchildren a Cornwall to continue to live and work in.

Consultation runs from 9am 10 August to 5pm 25 September 2020

You can view or download the Pre-Submission Climate Emergency DPD.

At the same time we are consulting on the Sustainability Appraisal report. Responses will be used to revise that document alongside the DPD.

View or download the Interim Sustainability Appraisal Report.

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