Environment and Wind Turbines

We are privileged to live in such a beautiful part of the country, let's keep it that way and stop unwanted developments.

North Cornwall is an area of outstanding natural beauty and Scott will continue to fight to keep it that way. Cornwall has been officially named as the most picturesque county in England, our beaches and countryside regularly win awards. We need to protect our countryside from unwanted wind-turbine developments, and other inappropriate planning submissions that would harm our landscapes that are so valued by tourists.

We now have enough onshore wind power to meet our renewables target, so should end taxpayer funded subsidies for newly planned projects and give local communities the decisive say on them. Only a Conservative government would deliver that.

Conservatives in Government have already changed planning rules in England to give greater protection for landscape and heritage and we will go further and amend planning policy in England to give even greater protection to locally valued landscape, heritage and other local concerns.


Scott Mann MP welcomes Minister of State to North Cornwall

Local Communities and Housing Minister Simon Clarke MP met with local Member of Parliament, Scott Mann for a tour of Wadebridge on Thursday. The Minister was very interested to see local projects including the Camel Trail.

"Vote Blue, Go Green" - Boris Johnson

A Conservative majority government would embark on an era of “true 21st century Conservativism” by tripling tree-planting rates and creating a new £500 million fund to protect the world’s oceans to help meet its 2050 net zero target.

Camel Estuary designated as one of 41 new UK Marine Conservation Zones

The Camel Estuary has been designated as one of 41 new UK Marine Conservation Zones, marking the most significant expansion of England’s ‘Blue Belt’ of protected areas to date.

•Largest and most sheltered marine inlet on the north Cornwall coast, covering approximately 2 km2.