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180202 | Proposed Division | Cornwall Council

Hayle West Division number: 9
Gwinear-Gwithian and Hayle East Division number: 10

Division number: 9
Division name:
Hayle West


Electoral equality:

This division is within the permitted electoral range and so meets the electoral equality
criterion. The anticipated electorate in 2023 is:
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180202 | Proposed Division comprising the Parish of Gwinear Gwithian with the semi rural area of Hayle

 

Proposed Division comprising the Parish of Gwinear Gwithian
with the semi rural area of Hayle.

 

 
 

(See attachment 1 for a clearer map)
This proposed division has been developed using the principles set by the Local
Government Boundary Commission, together with the stated guidelines used by the
unitary authority Cornwall Council, that is taking the existing Community Network
Areas as a base on which to build the new divisional structure.
Cornwall is unique in that it is the only county in the United Kingdom that is a
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180808 | Agenda for Parish Council Ordinary Meeting – 13th August 2018

180705 | 47 CONSULTATION – TO CONSIDER AND COMMENT UPON THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOUNDARY COMMISSION’S ELECTORAL REVIEW OF CORNWALL:

47 CONSULTATION – TO CONSIDER AND COMMENT UPON THE LOCAL
GOVERNMENT BOUNDARY COMMISSION’S ELECTORAL REVIEW OF
CORNWALL: DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS

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180801 | Hayle Mayor Slams Boundary Changes | Hayle Town Council

 

 

Hayle Mayor Slams Boundary Changes

The Mayor of Hayle says proposed boundary changes by
Cornwall Council could leave large areas of the town and surrounding
area without effective representation in County Hall. Plans under
consultation would see one Cornwall Councillor representing most of
Hayle, and another the huge area of Gwithian, Connor Downs, Eastern
Hayle and the area to the south of the town.  read more »

180701 | Gwinear-Gwithian and Hayle East to replace Hayle South | Boundary Review Update | Local Government Boundary Commission

Gwinear-Gwithian and Hayle East ED Proposed - Local Government Boundary Commission for England Consultation Portal
Hayle South (Existing) - Local Government Boundary Commission for England Consultation Portal
Gwinear-Gwithian and Hayle East ED Proposed - Local Government Boundary Commission for England Consultation
Hayle West ED Proposed - Local Government Boundary Commission for England Consultation
Cornwall Council Electoral Review - Tell us what you think - The independent Local Government Boundary Commission

The proposed new Cornwall Council boundary - have your say - This stage of the consultation closes on 17 September 2018

 

Gwinear-Gwithian and Hayle East ED

Ward Name Number of councillors Current electorate Forecast Electorate
Gwinear-Gwithian & Hayle East 1 4995 5422

 

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180201 | CNA2 (Hayle - St Ives) | Division maps - Cornwall Council

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England have announced that from 2021 Cornwall Council will have 87 Councillors. This is a reduction of 36 from the current 123. Work now begins on the development of proposals for the new electoral divisions. The Commission’s first consultation period on division patterns runs until 19 February 2018.

 

via https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/elections/electoral-re...

180101 | St Ives County Constituency proposed | Bounday Commission

Boundary Commission Proposals 2018

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Due to the small electorate of the
existing St Ives constituency, we propose
that it is enlarged along the coast to
incorporate the entirety of St Ives Bay
and the town of Hayle, with which there
are close geographic and communication
links. Similarly, due to the small electorate
of the existing Camborne and Redruth
constituency, exacerbated by moving
Hayle to the proposed St Ives constituency,
we propose that it is also enlarged along
the south coast to incorporate the towns
of Falmouth and Penryn. Consequently,
our proposed name for the constituency
is Falmouth and Camborne.

171207 | Boundary Review Update | Hayle Town Council minutes

d) Boundary Review Update

The clerk distributed a map of the area with the proposed divisions as a summary of ideas from Councillor Pollard and what had been agreed at a recent informal meeting of the town council (see Appendix D).

[9.00pm Councillor Channon left the meeting.]  read more »

161004 | Notification of works – Gwinear Road Level Crossing – Remediation

Notification of works – Gwinear Road Level Crossing – Remediation

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This is to notify you of an upcoming project at Gwinear Road Level Crossing by Network Rail.  read more »

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