Major Newquay housing development in Cornwall approved

Plans to build almost 200 new homes as part of a major new development in Cornish tourism hotspot Newquay have been approved.
Housebuilder Persimmon has been given the green light by Cornwall Council to construct 187 family homes on land south of the A392 road in Trevemper.
The firm said 56 of the properties would be allocated to a local housing association provider, to help address “pressing” housing requirements.
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The proposed development will consist of one, two and three storey-buildings, and properties ranging from one-bed apartments to five-bed homes.
Persimmon said it would also contribute more than £565,000 to Cornwall Council through the Community Infrastructure Levy fo …