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Cornwall Council is to consider plans for a £1.5m investment in a 15MW geothermal energy project at Rosemanowes Quarry, which could create up to 260 jobs.
Cornwall Council is to approve plans for a new £20m 10,000-seater sports stadium in Truro and the relocation of Truro City Football Club to a new 6,000-seater stadium.
Cornwall Council is to consider plans for the creation of a new holiday resort called Camel Creek on a 200-acre site near Newquay, which could create 950 jobs.
Cornwall Council has secured a £12m lottery grant to develop a Cornish heritage centre called Kresen Kernow in Redruth by 2018.
Cornwall Council has approved plans for the £30m St Michaels Spa luxury hotel development in Falmouth, with the creation of 90 jobs.
Cornwall Council has approved plans from PH Warr to develop a health centre in Callington, including a care home and up to 200 jobs.
Cornwall Council is to consider plans for a new £25m spa and health resort at the Falmouth Beach Hotel site, with the creation of 70 jobs.
Cornwall Council is discussing proposals to develop a Fibre Park at the former Camborne School of Mines site, including a business park with hyperfast internet access and 500 jobs.
Cornwall Council is considering plans from Metric Property and Mercian Developments to develop a £110m retail park at Coyte Farm in St Austell.
Cornwall Council has approved plans to develop a new £15m local government office at Beacon Technology Park in Bodmin, providing space for up to 675 staff.
Cornwall Council is seeking lottery funding to set up a new £9.8m archives centre in Redruth.
Cornwall Council is supporting proposals for the expansion of the Port of Falmouth, including new ship repair facilities and the possibility of more than 1,500 new jobs by 2030.
Cornwall Council is to consider revised plans from Commercial Estates Group for the development of a £250m beach resort at Carlyon Bay near St Austell.
Cornwall Council is to consider a feasibility study for the development of a 10,000-capacity sports stadium at Threemilestone, near Truro.
Cornwall Council is to consider plans from Solar Securities for a £30m investment in two solar energy farms at Summercourt and Cubert over the next 18 months.
Cornwall Council is to consider plans for the development of a £2.2m holiday camp for disabled people at South Treviddo Farm near Liskeard.
Cornwall County Council has identified a site in St Mawgan for a proposed solar energy park, and a construction tender will now be issued.
Cornwall Council is to consider plans for the development of a geothermal energy plant at the Eden project.
Cornwall Council is to consider plans for the £15m expansion of the holiday park at Little Trevarrack in Carbis Bay, including 119 new holiday homes.
Cornwall Council is to consider plans from SITA Cornwall for a new household waste recycling centre in Launceston, as part of a £15m investment in waste management.
Cornwall County Council is to consider plans from Sita to build a waste to energy plant fuelled by 240,000 tonnes of waste a year at St Dennis.
Cornwall County Council is to consider plans from Cornwall Organic Recycling for the development of a raw meat and fish composting plant in Saltash, in order to process up to 10,000 tonnes of catering and garden waste a year.
Cornwall County Council has approved plans from BaseResult to restart the South Crofty tin mine near Redruth, which could create 200 jobs over the next few years.
Cornwall County Council has approved plans for the £21m transformation of RAF St Mawgan into a full civilian airport over the next 16 months.
Cornwall County Council is to invest £1.3m extending the terminal at Newquay airport, following news that Air Southwest is to launch four new routes in the spring.
Cornwall County Council is to consider plans from County Environmental Services for the development of a recycling plant capable of dealing with up to 120,000 tonnes of household waste a year, on a 15-acre site by the Victoria Business Park near Roche.
Cornwall County Council is to consider plans from Baseresult to burn up to 75,000 tonnes of domestic rubbish a year at the South Crofty mine, producing electricity for mining operations and for sale to the national grid.
Cornwall County Council is seeking potential sites to build an energy from waste plant.