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Village centre regeneration - have your say!

'Mineral Tramways' is an exciting new funding bid which involves the Objective One funded Kerrier District Council's Regeneration Team developing village centre regeneration schemes which may then be funded by Objective One.

Projects could include bus infrastructure and integrated transport schemes involving buses in the rural part of Carn Brea Parish, park and ride schemes, cycling, community and traffic safety and road schemes such as junction improvements.

Chair of Carn Brea Regeneration Advisory Committee, Councillor Malcolm Moyle, says, "We want to consult with local communities on the potential schemes which have already been specified by Carn Brea Parish Council and the local Regeneration Committee. In addition, people may like to consider what they view as important schemes for their area."

Eligible villages include Penhallick, Bosleake, Tregajorran, Brea, Carn Brea and Four Lanes.

Carn Brea Regeneration Officer, Steve Horscroft, added, "In order to qualify for Objective One we are particularly keen that schemes have a job creation flavour and that the projects that go forward can contribute to increased visitor numbers in the areas to enable this to happen."

For more information please contact:
Steve Horscroft
Community Regeneration Officer (Carn Brea)
01209 614065


Editor's notes:


Jason Clark
Communications Manager
Objective One Partnership Office
Castle House
Pydar Street
Truro TR1 2UD
Tel: 01872 241379
Fax: 01872 241388

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