CPIR Green Infrastructure Strategy

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The Camborne Pool Illogan and Redruth (CPIR) Green Infrastructure Strategy looks to support and invest in green infrastructure projects. Protecting and improving our green assets is a key priority for planning.

Green Infrastructure provides many benefits for local people. During the Covid-19 pandemic this has never been more important.




We sometimes look at local solutions when thinking about green infrastructure. By developing a strategy, we are able to look at the issues across the wider area. A wider approach will help us deliver projects with the greatest community benefit.

The Strategy will help us protect and enhance the existing green infrastructure. Help us understand and enhance our historical features. We want to make the most of our existing routes. Joining them up so they lead to existing facilities, making it easier for people to be more active. Green spaces should have a purpose. Where possible, these should include biodiversity benefits. New green infrastructure within a new neighbourhood, should benefit the wider community.

By creating more, better-connected routes it offers a real alternative to using a car. Walking and cycling routes connecting the urban area to the coast. We want to see greener towns. Making them more attractive and encouraging more people to visit and shop. Creating multifunctional, multigenerational green spaces that everyone can enjoy using. We also want to promote our heritage by using information boards and signage. Develop a network of active travel routes that include our historic buildings.

The public consultation is now closed and we are reviewing the comments we received. We will feedback once that is completed. In the meantime the draft strategy will remain available to view.


The Camborne Pool Illogan and Redruth (CPIR) Green Infrastructure Strategy looks to support and invest in green infrastructure projects. Protecting and improving our green assets is a key priority for planning.

Green Infrastructure provides many benefits for local people. During the Covid-19 pandemic this has never been more important.




We sometimes look at local solutions when thinking about green infrastructure. By developing a strategy, we are able to look at the issues across the wider area. A wider approach will help us deliver projects with the greatest community benefit.

The Strategy will help us protect and enhance the existing green infrastructure. Help us understand and enhance our historical features. We want to make the most of our existing routes. Joining them up so they lead to existing facilities, making it easier for people to be more active. Green spaces should have a purpose. Where possible, these should include biodiversity benefits. New green infrastructure within a new neighbourhood, should benefit the wider community.

By creating more, better-connected routes it offers a real alternative to using a car. Walking and cycling routes connecting the urban area to the coast. We want to see greener towns. Making them more attractive and encouraging more people to visit and shop. Creating multifunctional, multigenerational green spaces that everyone can enjoy using. We also want to promote our heritage by using information boards and signage. Develop a network of active travel routes that include our historic buildings.

The public consultation is now closed and we are reviewing the comments we received. We will feedback once that is completed. In the meantime the draft strategy will remain available to view.