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200901 | North Quay Footpath Registration-Your Help Needed

Many of you will have noticed fencing and signs going up on North Quay cutting off footpaths that have been walked, unimpeded, for decades if not centuries. This sign accompanies the fencing cutting off the paths to the south and west of the cricket club.

Even the Electric Works Road, used since 1905 when the original footpath was cut off by the power station, now has a ‘permissive footpath’ sign implying that the owner could refuse permission at any time. I can remember driving a car along this path back in the 70s and 80s.
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PA20/05161 | Reserved Matters application for construction 377 residential units; 598 sqm retail (Class A1-A5)

Location Map
Character Area
Spine Road
Hitel and Sports Hub
Diverted footpaths
Footbridge location
Key public open space framework principles
Land Use
Key stretch of ‘Linear Waterfront’ connecting the town to the beach  and also two key areas identified within the Design Code - North Quay Entrance Space (3E), North Quay Waterfront Space (3F)
Illustrative Masterplan
Layout - Reserved Matters Area-Stable Block, Eastern Gateway,East Quay And Chieftain’S Yard

PA20/05161 | Reserved Matters application for the construction of 377 residential units; 598 sqm retail (Class A1-A5 and sui generis floorspace; 2,407 sqm of business (Class B1) and industrial and fish storage (Class B2 and B8) floorspace; a 4,409 sqm hotel (Class C1); 2,275 sqm of community and cultural (Class D1) floorpsace and sports and leisure (Class D2) floorspace; and associated access, parking and public open space. The original Outline consent (W1/08-0613) was an environment impact assessment application and an environmental statement was submitted to Cornwall Council at that time. (Details following application no. pursuant to Outline permission PA13/01370).  read more »

200622 | Footpaths - help needed! | Harvey's Towans area, Hayle Cricket | John Bennett's Web Site

From John Bennett's Web Site for Hayle Town Council and Local Issues, Cornwall


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190727 | Major development at Hayle harbour takes step forward

Artist impression elevations for the proposed development of South Quay in Hayle harbour
Cornwall Council hopes that its involvement in the development at Hayle Harbour, as seen in this artist's impression, will help provide 600 homes and 600 jobs

Major development at Hayle harbour takes step forward

Major development at Hayle harbour takes step forward

Published by Sarah Yeoman at 2:52pm 26th July 2019. (Updated at 10:54pm 26th July 2019)

By Richard Whitehouse, Local Democracy Reporter  read more »

190129 | PA18/04577 | Response to heritage, highways, SWCPA(coastal footpath), Police | Letter from Agent

29 January 2019

 

Dear Peter,

RE: HAYLE HARBOUR Application for the approval of

Reserved Matters for a first phase of development at North

Quay (Ref: PA18/04577)

Following a lengthy consultation period on the above application and
further to the comments which were received on 10" January 2019
collectively from the key heritage consultees (World Heritage Site
team, Historic England and CC’s conservation officer), we write to
set out our response to the comments in the form of focused
amendments to the scheme, as agreed.

Alongside revised architectural and landscape drawings, the
following reports are submitted:  read more »

150714 | Hayle Harbour Trust is investigating whether it might be possible to restore a causeway across from the Spit to Lelant

Late 1700s in yellow, Shorter route in green | Restore a causeway across from the Spit to Lelant Quay
Map of the footpaths across Lelant Water in 1828, just after the Causeway was opened (1825)

Via https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153510983496667&set=o.51847398...

The Hayle Harbour Trust is investigating whether it might be possible to restore a causeway across from the Spit to Lelant Quay. The first image shows the approximate original route from the late 1700s in yellow and a shorter route in green. Would anyone object to this? The Harbour Master has given preliminary support since Lelant Water is not considered a navigable waterway. It would not affect the ability of vessels to pass up there at high tide and would permit foot traffic for quite a large percentage of the day. It would make a nice connection/short cut on the Coastal Footpath.  read more »

130401 | Footpath 51 Jubilee Path Project | Hayle Town Council

From Hayle Town Council via Hayle Pump 108 - 1 April 2013:
Footpath 51
Jubilee Path Project
The Jubilee Project "Footpath 51" between the east end of the King George v Me
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