Welcome to St. Minver Highlands Parish Council, in the heart of beautiful North Cornwall.

We are in the process of moving to a new website for St Minver Highlands Parish Council

https://www.stminverhighlands-pc.org.uk

This new website is fully responsive and so can be viewed on PCs, Tablets and Smartphones.

All the content has been migrated and being maintained with the latest information.


Welcome to the website of St Minver Highlands Parish Council.

The parish of St Minver Highlands covers the area from Trewornan Bridge, on the B3314, to Port Quin and across to Plain Street, on the Port Isaac road. It borders part of the Camel Estuary towards Pityme and includes part of Polzeath (sharing part with St Minver Lowlands Parish Council).
It encompasses the main villages of St Minver, Tredrizzick, Polzeath (part) and New Polzeath.

There are ten members on the Parish Council. Meetings are held at the Perceval Institute, St Minver on the second Tuesday of each month.

St Minver Highlands Parish Councillors` Register of Interests: http://www.cornwall.gov.uk/Default.aspx?page=21567


Election Candidate Packs

Please be aware that election candidate packs are available for anyone wishing to be a candidate for St Minver Highlands Parish Council. 

Please contact Cllr Harris if you require a pack. 

To become a candidate you will need to complete the appropriate form (within the packs) and submit by hand to Cornwall Council before 4th April.

Cllr Rob Harris: 01208 863267 or rob@annscottage.com

 


Notice of Referendum

Document: Notice of Referendum - St Minver Parishes

A Referendum will be held on Thursday 4 May 2017 to decide the question below:

“Do you want Cornwall Council to use the neighbourhood plan for St Minver Parishes to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?”

Applications to register to vote or to vote by post or proxy should be made to the Electoral Registration Officer at Room 12, Cornwall Council, St Austell One Stop Shop, Penwinnick Road, St Austell PL25 5DR based on the deadlines set out in the document.

The main issue of postal votes will commence on Friday 21 April 2017.