Lanner Cornwall

Comment on Cornwall Council Core Strategy

Comment on Cornwall Council Core Strategy

Having read and discussed Cornwall Council’s Preferred Approach for a Core Strategy and the ancillary documents, particularly the one for the Community Network Areas of West Cornwall, Lanner parish council has made representations. The Principal Themes. The parish council is deeply concerned that the documents give so little recognition of and present…

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Cornwall Council Talks Rubbish

Cornwall Council Talks Rubbish

It's Cornwall Council's own title. Honest! Cornwall Council is making changes to household rubbish collection from 02 April 2012. Weekly collections of "black sack" rubbish will continue but some areas will have a different collection day. We haven't been advised of any change for Lanner as yet (06 March). If…

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Improved Access To Tresavean Trail.

Improved Access To Tresavean Trail.

New safety measures have been provided to the embankment access from Rough Street to the Tresavean Trail. For walkers this includes the installation of a handrail to the steep slope. For horse riders, fencing at the bottom of the incline serves to ensure access onto the highway is as far…

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Local Needs Housing.

Local Needs Housing.

There was a superb response to the Lanner Local Needs Housing Survey with getting on to a quarter of all households making their views known on this important issue and on the general pattern of future housing development in the parish.   The conclusion from the survey is that 11…

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Judicial Review Lost But Appeal Sought

Judicial Review Lost But Appeal Sought

Lanner's bid to halt the building of 25 new affordable homes at Tresavean has effectively come to an end following the recent High court judgment and the grant of a second planning consent for the development by Cornwall Council. The case was taken to judicial review on two points of…

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Judicial Review Lost But Appeal Sought

Judicial Review Lost But Appeal Sought

Lanner's bid to halt the building of 25 new affordable homes at Tresavean has effectively come to an end following the recent High court judgment and the grant of a second planning consent for the development by Cornwall Council. The case was taken to judicial review on two points of…

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Welcome to the Lanner website

Although recorded as far back as 1542, and with settlement traces back to the Bronze Age, Lanner properly came of age with the nineteenth century Cornish mining boom. Today, it provides a thriving village community which, although no longer involved in copper or tin, is sensitive and appreciative of the legacy of that time in its architecture, footpaths and topography.

Lanner Parish Council seeks to fuse and enhance that legacy with a dynamic rural regeneration programme to provide interest and focus for local people and visitors alike.

This web site will provide an insight into some of the work carried out by the Council and describe some of the community events, services and businesses available in the area.

Latest News

The parish council has long valued receiving a monthly report from the police on events in the parish either in...
Almost three years ago a band of youngsters created their own earth ramps for BMX and skateboards at the Strawberry...
PARISH COUNCIL VACANCY   The Parish Council is seeking to fill 1 vacancy by co-option. If you are interested please apply in writing...
Lanner Parish Council has been unsuccessful in its Appeal against the Judicial Review decision that had upheld the process by...
Last week, sitting in the Court of Appeal, Lord Justice Sullivan granted Lanner parish council permission to appeal the judgment...