From:                              Cornwall Council - Communities and Devolution <communities.devolution=cornwall.gov.uk@mail53.suw11.mcdlv.net> on behalf of Cornwall Council - Communities and Devolution <communities.devolution@cornwall.gov.uk>

Sent:                               07 October 2016 09:00

To:                                   clerk@mawnan.org.uk

Subject:                          Clean Air for Cornwall Strategy 

 

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Special Bulletin

Clean Air for Cornwall Strategy

Dear City, Town and Parish Council colleagues,

Clean Air for Cornwall
 
People, businesses and organisations are being asked for their views on improving air quality in Cornwall.  The consultation runs until 28 November 2016.
 
Although the air in Cornwall is generally very clean, a few areas now have poorer air quality, mainly due to traffic.  The consultation is a chance to comment on the Clean Air for Cornwall Strategy and specific plans for Air Quality Management Areas in Truro, St Austell and Camelford.  The strategy aims to make real improvements to areas of poor air quality and includes actions for all six of Cornwall’s Air Quality Management Areas: Camborne-Pool-Redruth, Truro, St Austell, Bodmin, Tideford and Gunnislake.
 
Anyone can comment on the strategy and the local proposals for St Austell, Truro and Camelford by completing the online surveys, emailing cep@cornwall.gov.uk, posting comments to Cornwall Council or handing them in to a one stop shop.
 
There will also be drop in sessions where you can find out more and share your views about the local proposals for St Austell, Camelford and Truro:
 

·         Truro – 17 October from 10am-3pm at New County Hall

·         St Austell – 20 October from 10am-3pm at St Austell One Stop Shop

·         Camelford – 9 November from 3pm-7pm at Camelford Hall, Clease Road

 
More information and the online surveys for the Clean Air for Cornwall Strategy and the Camelford, St Austell and Truro local proposals are available on; www.cornwall.gov.uk/airquality.  

 


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