Polperro Community Council Big Green Project

Please complete the Google Poll to let us know what you think of Big Green pre refurbishment

 

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScZKkYcwK9b2Zm679f6eBj9OrCUgiwaNHjjcvtq2FVIhL_YtA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Closure Intention – Talland Village Road Sign, Talland Bay

Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic

Please Note: This was originally booked for 9th May to 13th May 2024

The below Road(s) will be temporarily closed to allow works to be completed on the highway.

If you have any queries regarding these works please contact the Utility direct on the number below.  Any responses to this email received by Street Works will be forwarded to the Utility for them to respond.

Please note that this is only an Intention Notice and as of yet an Order has not been issued.

Please respond with any feedback within fourteen days from the date of this e-mail.

Location:         Road From Talland Village Road Sign To Parking Area Near Hendersick Farm, Talland Bay

Timing:            13th August 2024 to 15th August 2024 (08:00 to 17:00 hours)

Contact:          Chris Slater at Freeflow Traffic Management – Tel: 07971 142611.

Please click the following link for a map: https://one.network/?tm=137663213

Residents Season Ticket- Car Parks

Good afternoon,

 

For your information, the Cornwall Council webpages for the Residents Discount Season Ticket are now live and they can be viewed here – https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/transport-parking-and-streets/parking/car-park-tickets-and-permits/resident-season-ticket/

 

The Residents Season Ticket will become available from 1st April 2024, offering residents of Cornwall a 50% discount on a Season Ticket for a named long stay Car Park.

 

Should you have any queries regarding this product, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

 

Kind regards,

 

 

 

Joshua Macdonald | Business Manager (Parking)

Cornwall Council | Parking Operations | Connectivity & Environment

Joshua.macdonald@cornwall.gov.uk  |

www.cornwall.gov.uk | ‘Onen hag oll’

0E, New County Hall, Highertown, Truro, TR1 3AY

Wheelie bins issues

Dear Owners

The message we have received is that a number of managed holiday let and other commercial properties have received new style household containers.

If you are able to share the full property addresses and postcodes with us (as often the marketing name given to the property doesn’t match the registered property address) we can match this information against our records and organize to collect any containers that have been issued to non-qualifying properties eg council tax rated properties which are used as full or part-time self-catering holiday lets.  Alongside each address if you are able to indicate if they already utilise a commercial waste collection service, that would also be really useful.

Please continue to pass across any further reports of Household containers being delivered to holiday lets, and we’ll continue to investigate and keep you updated.

I look forward to receiving your reply.  Thanks in advance.

Yours sincerely

Sharon Wills

Chargeable Waste Officer

Cornwall Council | Waste Management | Regulatory Services

chargeablewaste@cornwall.gov.uk

commercialwaste@cornwall.gov.uk | Tel: 01872 332000

www.cornwall.gov.uk | ‘Onen hag oll’

Police Newsletter

03 Liskeard Newsletter Mar 2024.pdf

What is Project NightEye?

Project NightEye intends to make public spaces within the evening and night-time economy, safer for women and girls. The
project will help target male perpetrators and deter crime. To help achieve this, reporting all suspicious behaviour is key.
The document is a request to those working in the evening and night-time economy especially staff working in the licensed
trade, at events, at holiday parks, street marshals and pastors, transport providers: bus companies, taxi firms and hire car operators, listing the type of behaviour Devon and Cornwall police would like you to report if you hear about it, see it or someone is telling you about it. Take action according to your management guidance, business/safeguarding policy and instructions
– this might include dialling 999 and alerting police who may be on patrol nearby.
Once you have taken action, please also report it to us using the Community Partnership Intel form
The behaviours of concern are:
• Males loitering without reason and / or persistently returning to an area after being asked to leave
• Males persistently making unwanted contact towards females
• Males blocking females from leaving a space, venue, event, or area
• Males making lewd comments or unwanted sexual advances towards females
• Males trying to isolate females and / or taking them away by physically pulling or pushing
• Following / stalking behaviour
• Particular concerns over behaviour of employees in the night-time economy who may have gained employment to
deliberately target females
• Vehicles loitering without reasons or circulating the evening and night-time economy or main routes out
We are also interested in:
• Instances on social media discussing or highlighting the above experiences which appear not to have been reported
to police.
Please fill in the Community Partnership Intel form and make reports, with as much detail as possible including, times, descriptions, locations, and vehicle registration details. Please let us know if there is any CCTV coverage, too.
You can also tell us about the above behaviours anonymously through Crimestoppers 0800 555 111
Please encourage members of the public to use the StreetSafe app. This is a service for anyone to anonymously tell us about
public places where they have felt unsafe, because of environmental issues, e.g., street lighting, abandoned buildings or because of some behaviours, e.g., being followed or verbally abused. Please note: ‘StreetSafe’ is not for reporting crime or incidents
Does it feel like the situation could get heated or violent very soon? Is someone in immediate danger? Do you need support
right away? If so, please call 999.
Call 101 for non-emergency enquiries
Devon and Cornwall Police

Food waste, recycling and rubbish changes