|Cornwall Council Community Governance Review Stage 3|
Cornwall Council Orders
APPOINTMENT TO CORNWALL COUNCIL'S STANDARDS COMMITTEE
Do you believe in the importance of high standards of conduct in local councils? If so, you may be interested in joining Cornwall Council's Standards Committee to help maintain and promote such standards.
The Standards Committee is looking to recruit to its membership 2 x Independent (Lay) Members. To be eligible you cannot have been, in the last five years, an elected member or officer of Cornwall Council or of a Town and Parish Council in Cornwall. Further details on the work of the Standards Committee can be found at:
Cornwall Council's Website
A previous experience of an ethical standards regime, whilst not essential, is an advantage although training will be given.
This is a voluntary role, but a small allowance may be payable and there will be travelling and subsistence expenses.
If you think you meet these criteria further information and an application form can be requested from:
Simon JR Mansell MBE
New County Hall
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The closing date for applications is 12.00 on 20 February 2020
|Nominations for Awards
Carn Brea Parish Council would welcome nominations for the following awards:
Clarence Coombe Memorial Award
Marise Levenson Award
For more information, please click here.
Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 S.14: Temporary Prohibition of Traffic
Location: Penhallick, Carn Brea
Timing: 3rd February 2020 to 5th February 2020 (0730 to 1800 hours)
Please click the following link to view a map and associated documents:
|Notice of Conclusion of Audit 2018-19
|2018-19 Annual Report
|Notice of Public Rights and Publication of Unaudited Annual Governance and Accountability Return YE 31st March 2019
|Annual Report (May 2018)
To view Planning Applications within our Parish please see the Agenda for our next monthly Planning Committee Meeting (to be found in Council Information) or visit Cornwall Council’s Planning website where a Planning Application can be researched by using the PA number, or postcode, in the Search Box.