A scaffolding company has applied for a licence to hold goods vehicles at a new operating centre in Helston.

Celtic Scaffolding Inc Ltd aims to store three goods vehicles at Hellys Court, Water-Ma-Trout Industrial Estate.

This was revealed in a public notice posted on the Public Notice Portal on February 14.

Local landowners and occupants who feel their property usage may be affected are urged to submit written objections to the traffic commissioner within 21 days.

Copies of any objections should also be sent to the applicant.

A guidelines booklet for making representations can be obtained from the traffic commissioner's office.

You can see public notices in your area, including alcohol licensing, probate and good vehicle licences via the Public Notice Portal: https://publicnoticeportal.uk/falmouth-penryn-packet