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Including a County Council produced Design Statement for new developments which advises on the use of local materials. Members approved a number of recommendations relating to this, including encouraging new developers to maximise the use of local products as part of the planning process and encouraging farms to grow and produce end products.Members also supported a range of recommendations relating to training. calling on the County Council’s Executive Members for the Economy and Lifelong Learning to investigate the shortage of skills for vocational employment and to bring back a report on the type of training required and how it was being provided.
Many agricultural business are required to be bigger and diversify, but to achieve this high quality staff are required, says the report. It also calls on tourist and farming industries to work more closely together. The importance of the environment as an economic driver and sustainability are major issues that need to be addressed says the report. There is a need for rural areas to continue to thrive and for business opportunities to be closely related to local skills and resources.
Members supported a range of recommendations relating to this topic, including reviewing the County Farms Strategy to ensure that it takes a flexible approach that reflects current farming circumstances. ensuring that small businesses receive a G.P approach to accessing funding and making sure that planning policies reflect and provide a wider definition of rural and agricultural businesses and advocate a tighter connection between the Structure Plan and the Local Plans.
They also agreed to recognise the cost to the community of creating environmental designated areas. to consider the possibility of signing County Council farms to raise public awareness of their role and for the County Council to recognise the need for casual labour in rural communities and to advocate the Young Entrant. The recommendations will now be discussed by the Executive when it meets on September 4th. Cornwall’s position in the forefront of sustainable energy development will be confirmed on Wednesday, July 10th when Michael Galsworthy, the Chairman of the Cornwall Renewable Energy Office. Read more : Brisbane Property Valuers