Consultation for Boscarnek Reserved Matters Application

November 08th 2021

In August 2020 outline planning permission was granted by Cornwall Council for up to 50 dwellings on land at Boscarnek, St Erth (PA19/09982).  As part of this process, a reserved matters application is now required to consider access, layout, appearance, landscaping and scale.  Collier Planning, on behalf of the developers, Gilbert & Goode, are currently preparing this application and want to consult the community on their proposals.

The webpage, where you can find further information on the proposals and provide your feedback, can be viewed by following this link www.collierplanning.co.uk/boscarnek.

According to the website, the reserved matters proposes 38 dwellings of which 25% will be provided as affordable housing (70% affordable rent / 30% shared ownership) in accordance with the outline permission.

There is currently no deadline for this consultation, but the Parish Council has been advised that the developers would expect to receive responses within the first two weeks of the consultation being live (which we assume is as of today, Monday 8th November).

Collier Planning state that ‘Your comments and suggestions will be taken into account when formulating the final planning application submission.  All comments and feedback will be provided to the Local Planning Authority as part of the planning application.’ 

We would therefore advise that residents who wish to comment do so at your earliest opportunity, as we are aware that Gilbert & Goode hope to submit the application to Cornwall Council planning department early next month.

There will of course then be a further opportunity for consultation and comment at the application stage and we will advise residents when this reserved matters application will be due for consideration.

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