The next meeting of the Mullion Parish Council will be on Tuesday 20th August.  The agenda can be found here.


PA19/05707   -  "The Catholic Field"

Outline application with some matters  reserved for residential development of up to 25 residential units including vehicular access, internal
roads, landscaping, open space, drainage, infrastructure and all associated development.

Further information can be found here.

This planning application is causing much interest in the village and is on the agenda for the next Parish Council meetng.

If you plan to attend this is likely to be a very well supported meeting, so please arrive in good time.


Cornwall Council and the National Trust have taken the lead in developing a  sustainable scheme to secure  the long term management of Poldhu car park and the public toilets at this busy beach. They are in discussion with  the other key stakeholders at the site,  including Poldhu Café, Dan Joel Surf School and Mullion Parish Council to help achieve this long term aim.

As a starting point Cornwall Council intends to reopen the facilities over Easter using a temporary solution to waste water management and is clear this will be dependent on securing  the support of all  stakeholders to make this happen.

Over the course of the summer Cornwall Council and the National Trust will  continue to take the lead role working  with the café operator and Mullion Parish Council on  developing proposals for the longer term and hope to have reached an agreement on this by the end of the year.

Cornwall Councillor Carolyn Rule forMullion and Grade-Ruansaid: “We have been working very hard to find a sustainable long-term solution. I am grateful to Mullion Parish Council both for managing the public toilets and for now coming together with Cornwall Council, the National Trust and other businesses based at the beach to find a way forward.

Any questions, please contact the Mullion Parish Clerk on 01326-241445


At the Parish Council meeting on 15th May,  Howard Pickett was elected as the new Parish Council Chairman.


Mullion Parish Council Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of the month in the Centenary Room at the Methodist Chapel. Members of the public and press are welcome to attend.

Click here to see the current list of Parish Councillors and how to contact the Parish Clerk.



Mullion Parish Council play an important role in influencing planning decisions made by Cornwall Council.  You can also influence these decisions by making comments directly to Cornwall Council or by attending Parish Council meetings where you will have an opportunity

to make comments.  

A new web page PLANNING has been added which will take you directly to the planning applications on the Cornwall Council website.

Click here to see the following types of planning applications:

If you have information you want to share with us or you would like your organisation or business in the directory please contact us with details. 

We reserve the right to decide what we do publish and Mullion Parish Council cannot take responsibility for the content of any external website.

We welcome your comments and questions and you can use the site to communicate with the council through the Clerk, Chairman or any Councillor.