About Us

The aims of FBRA are to safeguard, promote and represent the interests of all residents of the area and to work towards preserving our built and our natural green and blue environment.  In line with the aims, the Committee is focussed on the issues of planning (primarily commercial, rather than residential, plus relevant legislation) and matters that affect our green and blue environment (such as, but not limited to, fires on the beaches and anti-social behaviour). 
 
FBRA wants to enable and encourage all residents to take an active part in local affairs. FBRA is non-political in its aims.

 

The Association came to its current form following an AGM on the 25th January 2009 and subsequent decisions made at a meeting of the Executive Committee held on 25th February 2009, bringing together not just the new Association but also that of Gyllyngvase & Swanpool Residents' Association which was originally formed in 1992. It was agreed that the association should be called The Falmouth Bay Residents' Association (FBRA) and cover an area currently defined on the map below. The current constitution is also available by clicking on the link below.