Woodland Work to begin Monday 6th September


Please be aware that the next tranche of woodland work will begin on Monday 6th September 2021

Contractors will be working in various areas of Crinnis Wood to address felling, remedial tree work or timber removal.
Do not enter the woods for the next two weeks until this work is completed.

Jane West
On behalf of the directors of the Crinnis Wood Management Company

Tree Works Alongside the Railway

As you may be aware, Network Rail are conducting a vegetation management clearance along the railway line.

Following a meeting with Network Rail, our agent has been able to obtain an agreement for the removal of several trees on our joint boundary which pose an unacceptable risk to both the railway line and a liability for the Company.

This agreement will allow us to start work from Monday 1st March 2021 whilst Network Rail have contractors on site.

This is an exceptional opportunity to get this work completed with their consent and without their exceptional charges for closing the line and provision of a special watching brief.

However, we will address the felled timber will be removed at a later time.

It is vital that members do not enter the woodland while this work is in progress.

Parents are requested to take particular care and not allow their children into the woods for the next 2 weeks.

As a result of the current lockdown, neighbouring families have been found walking in the woodland. We have had to remind them that this is private property and asked them to leave. Unfortunately, should they have an accident in the woods, the Company could be held liable. Please do remind people of this if you witness anyone in the woods, especially during periods of woodland works.

Jane West

On behalf of the Board of Directors

Notification of Woodland Work July 2020

Please be advised that the annual tranche of woodland work will take place this week through to next week, possibly longer subject to weather conditions.

Woodsmiths will be in various areas of the whole woodland attending to trees identified in our annual survey as requiring attention and the scope of work has been agreed with our managing agent, Michael Greet of Savills.

For safety reason, members are requested to keep out of the woods during the next two weeks.

If you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Jane West (Number 15 WRP)
on behalf of the Board of Directors

Neighbourhood Watch Update – Spring 2018

Fly Tipping

There have been three incidents of fly tipping in the woods on Beach Road in the last month.

As this is private land the Council is unable to act and therefore it is the responsibility of the landowners to ensure the removal of the same at their own expense.

If you discover fly tipping

DO NOT – Touch the waste

DO – Report to myself or one of the Directors

If you see someone fly-tipping


But make note of the following:

  • How many people are involved
  • What they look like
  • What has been tipped – how much and what it looks like
  • Details of any vehicles involved including make colour and registration

Crime in the area for the last three months

  • Thankfully none in Wheal Regent Park to my knowledge
  • The police figures are only available for January 2018
  • There was a burglary in Haddon Way – Investigation completion; no suspect identified
  • Theft of Gas Bottles from Edie’s Kitchen – Investigation ongoing

Jeff Franklin
Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator
No 30 Wheal Regent Park

Annual General Meeting 2017

Savills UK Ltd, acting as Company Secretary, have posted all residents an invitation to the annual AGM which is taking place here:

Churchill Suite, Carlyon Bay Hotel
Thursday 14th September 2017 @ 7pm.

Refreshments will be available from 6:45pm.

Included in your invite was the draft agenda and unaudited service charge accounts for the year ending December 2016.

Hope to see you there!

Parking at the entrance to Wheal Regent Park

Following discussions regarding parking at the entrance of our road at the last AGM, the Board has been working with our Parish Council and Ward Councillor Tom French.

A pilot scheme to alleviate the situation on several residential roads including Wheal Regent Park has begun with the distribution of parking cones.

We have received twelve cones and it has been agreed with our local PCSO Julie Carpenter that these will be placed on the road between 10am and 5pm each day during August and the results monitored.

I am very grateful to Malcolm Carter who has volunteered to take charge of the cones and their placement.

We hope that this measure will be successful. If members have any comments, please contact me.

Jane West
15 WRP

Christmas 2016 – Woodlands Update

All members should have a paper copy of the Christmas newsletter through their doors now.
There has been a revision to the bank details from Savills which has been included in the electronic version (pdf). To download a copy, click here.