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Planning Applications Received to be discussed at 16th January 2019 Meeting: PA18/11620;PA18/11733;PA18/11856

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To view any of the above in detail, follow the link to Cornwall Council Planning Portal via the Useful Links on the right hand side of this page and using the application number.

CASUAL VACANCIES

There is currently one Casual Vacancy for the Dobwalls Ward of the Parish Council.

 

Dobwalls and Trewidland Parish Council Privacy Notice
Your privacy is very important and great care is taken to protect it. Your data will only be shared in very specific circumstances and only with your permission. The Council's General Privacy Notice can be viewed and downloaded on this website by following the link to Policies and Procedures. If you have any questions about your privacy, contact the Data Protection Officer using the enquiries link below.

 

Highways- Results of Black Box Speed Survey in Dobwalls: See Reports under Parish Council for details.

Dobwalls and Trewidland is a rural parish in south east Cornwall, situated to the south and east of Liskeard. The largest villages are Dobwalls and Doublebois, through which run the main railway line to Penzance. Formerly a major bottleneck for holidaymakers, Dobwalls is now a quiet village bypassed to the north by the A38 dual carriageway.

Trewidland is a small village in the south of the parish, served by country lanes and Causeland railway station on the Looe  Valley line. Both Dobwalls and Trewidland have primary schools, and there are two shops and a pub in Dobwalls.

Much of the parish is agricultural, with steep sided wooded coombes. There are small industrial units in Dobwalls and Doublebois. Many of the old farm buildings and cottages have been converted to holiday accommodation.

The southern part of the parish is bordered on the west by the East Looe river and the Liskeard and Looe Union Canal, which then cuts across the parish to Moorswater, just to the north of the parish. The Looe Valley Railway runs alongside the canal, which it replaced for the transportation of  sand and lime in the mid nineteenth century.

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