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Annual Report 2021

Cornwall Council’s Ports, Harbours and other maritime assets are managed by 12 members of the Cornwall Council Harbours board who represent both our communities and marine industries in Cornwall. Our Annual Report outlines all that we do, and sets out the framework and context in which we operate as a Municipal Port Authority.

Our approach has always been community focused, but underpinned by a commitment to safety, business management, and accountability. However, this report covers a year in which the world has had to respond to a huge public health challenge. The Chairman would like to thank every one of our maritime staff for their unwavering resilience, commitment, and dedication to ensure they have been bravely able to manage our many responsibilities – from laying up ships to managing the new ways of working in and out of our buildings – throughout.



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