Who else to contact?
If you have an issue or comment on the day to day management of a particular site, piece of land or building please contact the owner directly. Below are some contact details for some of our main landowners within the World Heritage Site.
Godolphin, Cotehele and the Tin Coast
Other major landowners
Key Areas of responsibility
- Planning enforcement
- General highways
- Public toilets and parking
These facilities vary in ownership, it may be the Town Council, Parish Council, Cornwall Council or another private owner. If you have questions or comments for these facilities, please contact them directly.
- Public transport
- Verge cutting
- Access land
Other helpful links
National Planning Policy, Circulars and Guidance – Information on the latest national planning consultations, guidance, circulars and legislation produced by the Department for Communities and Local Government can be found on the GOV.UK website:
Heritage – Information on historic sites and buildings can be found on the Heritage Gateway website or by contacting the Local Planning Authority:
Planning Portal – A useful resource to link to information about planning such as their guides to permitted development rights for householder extensions:
Planning Aid – This service is offered by the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) and offers free, impartial planning advice to individuals and communities:
Neighbourhood Planning – Some valuable information on the process of neighbourhood planning, sources of help and funding can be found on the My Community Rights website:
ICOMOS - Guidance on Heritage Impact Assessments for Cultural World Heritage Properties (2011). Provides advice on what should be considered in preparing an assessment of the impacts of a development within a World Heritage Site or in its setting: