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Under The Canopy
We are Save Whipsiderry Cliffs.
A community of people fighting to protect a beautifully wild cove on the North Cornwall coast.
Whipsiderry Beach on the North Cornwall coast is last untouched beach in Newquay. This little cove is home to numerous bird, bats, small mammal and other flora and fauna, left to peacefully exist undisturbed by the beach-goers below.
However, Living Quarter Properties (Porth) want to build seven holiday-restricted properties on the land directly above the cliffs, and as part of a 16-year old planning permission, they must first concrete the caves and cliff sections below. Whipsiderry's natural and wild environment will be gone forever, replaced with concrete.
The Save Whipsiderry Cliffs group was formed to prevent the environmental vandalism of Whipsiderry beach & cliffs, and to protect the geology, ecology & heritage of the area.
We have an incredible and passionate community behind us, both local and from afar, who are also unwilling to stand by and watch their natural landscape be destroyed for the sake of a greedy few.
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Follow our legal case
We are currently seeking legal advice on the various consents and licenses issued for this development. If you'd like to find out more, or follow our case, please visit our CrowdJustice page below.