<p style="text-align: justify;">This is good news for Cornwall Environment as it means we can reduce the amount of greenfield land needed to provide new housing. We are very keen that its findings are published. With almost all the services available over the internet, it has become very easy for people to avail the services in an instant way. It is really easy to get the source of information about all the services offered by the companies in just a click.</p>
Nevertheless we must treat them with caution until planning authorities have had the opportunity to consider fully the report. aker Associates have carried out a thorough study of the potential of the county’s main towns, and have identified a large number of potential sites. added Robert Hichens. Restormel is identified as having the potential for nearly 2,000 homes over the next ten years. The outstanding achievements of four Cornish companies have been honoured at the first ever Made in Cornwall Scheme Award ceremony held at the Kilbirnie Hotel.
Similar is the case with valuation, there are hundreds of online websites available providing solutions for online valuation of the properties. These websites have a pre loaded data collected with them and also record the nearby amenities available in that area. When you type your address or area, the system analysis your amenities and provides an estimated value by Brisbane Property Valuers. Jill Ferret, the County Council’s Executive Member for Community and Regulatory Services, presented four Cups, each named after a Cornish Engine House as the Engine House is the Scheme’s logo, to the four winning companies.
The Made in Cornwall Scheme is continually growing and has welcomed 93 new members during 2001. Over 800 businesses have joined the Scheme during its ten years and the aim of the Award Ceremony was to recognise and reward the efforts of members during the year. traditional tenth anniversary gift, and a range of jewellery incorporating the Scheme logo. Bernard Ballard is delighted with his Award. Business Support Initiatives all too often fail to deliver the benefits they set out to. However, the Made in Cornwall Scheme is certainly not one of those. In fact the Made in Cornwall logo has become a reliable and respected sign of quality Cornish made products.