The Vision and Objectives

National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF):  Paragraphs 6 to 17, sections 1 to 13, Paras 183 to 185

National Planning Policy Guidance (NPPG) Section on Neighbourhood Planning Paragraph: 001 Reference ID: 41-001-20140306

Cornwall Local Plan (CLP): Policy 1,

Caradon Community Network Area Statement PP16

Community engagement results: Initial scoping work was carried out in 2014, followed up by more detailed community consultation and engagement in 2015. The results of this can be found via these links:

Analysis of October 2015 Community Survey

Narrative of feedback from roadshows about the topic of village character and green spaces

Key Themes and Evidence Gathered 1.1Follow us...
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Heritage and Design References

WITH REFERENCE TO POLICIES HE 1 TO HE 3

NPPF Paras 56, 58, 59, 61, 64, 64, 109, 128 – 141, 129, 132

CLP Policies 12, 24.

Caradon Community Network Area Statement PP16  Para 17.4, 17.5, 17.8

Farms, Fields and Mines: An Historic Landscape Analysis of Calstock Parish

Calstock Parish HE List Search Results

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Cornwall Industrial Settlements Initiative

CALSTOCK

Calstock CISI Report

Calstock CISI Fig1 

Calstock CISI Fig2

Calstock CISI fig3

Calstock CISI Fig4

DRAKEWALLS and ALBASTON

Drakewalls/Albaston CISI Report

Drakewalls/Albaston CISI Fig1

Drakewalls/Albaston CISI fig2a

Drakewalls/Albaston CISI Fig2b

Drakewalls/Albaston CISI Fig3a

Drakewalls/Albaston CISI Fig3b

Drakewalls/Albaston Fig4a

Drakewalls/Albaston Fig4b

GUNNISLAKE

Gunnislake CISI Report

Gunnislake CISI Fig1

Gunnislake CISI Fig2a

Gunnislake CISI Fig2b

Gunnislake CISI Fig3a

Gunnislake CISI Fig3b

Gunnislake CISI Fig4a

Gunnislake CISI Fig4b

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Roman Fort Booklet

Interactive  Heritage Map set up  by the Tamar Valley AONB service

Calstock Parish Archive. 

Historic Environment Draft SPD

The Cornwall Design Guide:

WHS Supplementary Planning Document 2016

WHS Management Plan 2013-2018 Appendices

WHS Management Plan 2013-2018Follow us...
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