Enforcement complaint over Clodgey Lane illuminated sign

A COMPLAINT has been submitted by Helston Town Council over allegations that an illuminated sign had been put up at the former bus depot in Clodgey Lane without planning permission.

Councillor Martine Knight told town clerk’s assistant Pamela Lavelle that she had been contacted by a resident about the sign, put up on land adjacent to ATS.

The committee agreed to submit an enforcement complaint to Cornwall Council.

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1:51pm Mon 6 Jan 14

Gillian Zella Martin 09 says...

If people are already complaining about illuminated signs on the main road then what will happen about a sign for the new chip shop directing people to the parking area? If the sign is not illuminated then will motorists notice it in the dark when passing by? Or will this be another case of inconsistent Cornwall Council planning rules.
If people are already complaining about illuminated signs on the main road then what will happen about a sign for the new chip shop directing people to the parking area? If the sign is not illuminated then will motorists notice it in the dark when passing by? Or will this be another case of inconsistent Cornwall Council planning rules. Gillian Zella Martin 09

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