A mayor for Cornwall / Cornwall Devolution

Nov 21, 2022 | Community News, Cornwall Council

On the 27th September 2022, Millbrook Parish Council reviewed the correspondence received from the ‘Let Cornwall Decide’ campaign group to consider the request to pass a motion to lobby Cornwall Council to conduct a referendum for all voters in Cornwall to decide whether there should be a Mayor for Cornwall. Millbrook Parish Council believes that the way Cornwall is governed is extremely important to local residents, and that any power changes should only be implemented if the people of Cornwall support it. MPC unanimously agreed to call on Cornwall Council and our local Cornwall Councillors to ensure that there is a referendum of all voters in Cornwall on whether to introduce this significant change, as set out in the relevant legislation.
Link to Millbrook Parish Council Full Council Meeting minutes for 27th September 2022 (see minute reference 61)
Link to the Cornwall Council Meeting Agenda, supporting documents and Webcast for Thursday 29th November at 10:30am item 13.3
Link to Cornwall Council’s dedicated devolution web page
Link to the Let Cornwall Decide Campaign petition

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