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Are you looking for a new adventure for 2022? Have you dreamt of working in a place with beautiful views? Then this is the opportunity for you as the Pop Up Sites tender is now open. We are looking for interesting, innovative ideas from artisanal coffee to Zumba classes and everything in between.

We have sites available at the Maritime locations of Penzance Harbour and Saltash Waterfront in addition to other Cornwall Council sites across Cornwall. For more information see here.

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Maritime fees and charges 2022/23

Following approval by the Harbours Board and Full Council we are pleased to present our fees and charges for our Ports, Harbours and Maritime Services for the forthcoming Financial Year. These come into force on 1st April 2022 and can be viewed here. For our current charges please see Fees and charges 2021/22

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Boats for sale

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Cornwall Council (‘the Council’) as statutory harbour authority for Penzance Harbour has exercised its powers under article 35 of the Penzance Harbour Revision Order 2009 to sell, break up or otherwise dispose vessels which have been left in an unserviceable condition, laid by or neglected in Penzance harbour. The below

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Pop Up Sites

Are you looking for a new adventure for 2022? Have you dreamt of working in a place with beautiful views? Then this is the opportunity for you as the Pop Up Sites tender is now open. We are looking for interesting, innovative ideas from artisanal coffee to Zumba classes and everything in between. We have

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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

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