Transport Improvements

July 31st 2018

Representatives of St Erth Parish Council, Cornwall Council and Cormac Solutions met and discussed, with nearly 200 residents, a wide range of potential transport improvements for the parish at the Engagement Day held on Saturday 28 July.

For those unable to visit the exhibition, the proposal boards can be viewed below and a feedback form which asks you to say: if you think each proposal is a good idea; in which order of importance they should be placed; and if you have any suggestions for other potential improvements.

The closing date for the return of your feedback form is 24 August 2018. Thank you.


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1 Comment

  1. Mel Berryman

    We are pleased to read all of the above suggestions and for the trials to go ahead. Something has to help. Our concern is always about what appears to be an increase in cars parking throughout all areas of the village and how this makes visibility more difficult.

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