St Erth

Parish Council

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St Erth is a small village in West Cornwall, situated situated along the River Hayle. The “original” crossing of the river Hayle was here providing the main route through to Penzance from Hayle, Camborne, etc. It is twinned with Ploulec’h in Brittany.

Find out more about St Erth

All Council & related Committee meeting information including minutes and agendas that can be viewed online along with upcoming meeting dates.

Information about planning permission in the parish with links to online applications. You can search by Planning Application number and also find out when the Council will consider a specific application.

Latest Community News

Road Closures

Road Closures

Following the delays earlier this year, work is now due to start next month to implement the Village Improvements scheme that was approved last year to introduce a village wide 20mph zone and traffic calming features, 30mph speed limit along Treloweth Lane &...

Hayle River Project – Draft Vision Plan

Hayle River Project – Draft Vision Plan

If you were unable to attend the second Community Workshop held yesterday on 29th June, or would prefer to feedback online, you can view the presentation via this direct link https://letstalk.cornwall.gov.uk/.../50328/documents/28850 and then complete the feedback...

Hayle River Project – 2nd Community Workshop – Wednesday 29th June

Hayle River Project – 2nd Community Workshop – Wednesday 29th June

Cornwall Council is working with the Environment Agency to create a plan for the future of the Hayle River (including this section).  Following the first Workshop in April, they will now be presenting a range of intervention options for current footpaths and ideas for...