The Parish Council wishes to appoint a contractor to cut the stretch of the South West Coast Path that falls within its boundary. An information pack can be obtained from the Clerk.
The closing date for receipt of applications is Monday 12th May.
In accordance with The Accounts and Audit (England) Regulations 2011 (SI2011 No 817), the Parish Council’s accounts are available for inspection – see attached notice.
Seagull Egg Removal Scheme
The Parish Council will be running the egg removal scheme again this year. A sum of money has been set aside in the budget and the Parish Council has contracted a reputable pest controller to will remove eggs and replace them with dummy eggs. This method has proved successful in many towns across the country. Indeed many residents already pay for this service privately, but it is more cost effective to concentrate the contractor in an area for a few days. The Parish Council will offer this service on a first come, first served basis until all the money available under the scheme has been spent.
If you have seagulls nesting on your property and wish to put your name forward for this scheme, please contact us as soon as the breeding season starts and your name will be placed on a waiting list. We will contact you when we know the date the contractor is due to be in your area. There will be a nominal £10 charge to cover administration costs, which will be returned if numbers of requests for assistance exceed the budget.
For further information please contact the Parish Clerk, Julie Larter on 01872 501101 or email email@example.com
An application form can be found by clicking on this link. Seagull Egg Removal Application Form
This application is to be debated by the Town Council’s Planning Committee on 7th April – please click on the link below.
The application will be debated by Pentewan Valley Parish Council on 16th April (7.00pm in the Committee Room at the St Austell One Stop Shop) and by St Austell Bay Parish Council on 17th April (6.00pm in the Committee Room at the One Stop Shop).
Members of the public are invited to attend any or all of the meetings and will be given an opportunity to speak.Town Council Planning Committee Agenda 7 April 2014
By admin, Posted March 12, 2014 @ 11:27 am
Look out for the questionnaire that has been posted to all homes and businesses in our parish. Please take the time to complete the questionnaire and return it to us by 31st March. If you would prefer to complete it on line, please follow this
Don’t forget there is a prize draw for returned forms!
Spring has arrived in Charlestown and our Field of Hope is looking splendid.
Many thanks to all those who helped plant the bulbs in the autumn.
Cornwall Council is trying to gauge how many properties (both business and residential) have suffered as a result of the recent storms. If you have been affected, please email our Clerk (firstname.lastname@example.org) who is compiling a list.
Drop in sessions
By Julie, Posted December 19, 2013 @ 9:07 am
We are currently evaluating our parish plan and setting the aims and objectives for the next four years. We would like to have the views of as many residents as possible and are holding a series of drop in sessions early in the New Year. Please come along and talk to your local councillor.
St Austell Bay flier for consultation meetings