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Update - The emerging planning ‘options’


The key thing to remember about these options is that they are simply being used at this early stage as a financial tool to help the Council better understand how much a future development might cost to build.

Residents will be invited to comment on more detailed proposals later in the consultation process.    

Option Plan 1


Plan 1 is the smallest proposed level of regeneration. It primarily affects Moorland Road the northern part of the estate including River View and the top of Glanville Terrace. It also affects a small area of Newman Road with a proposal to demolish two houses that the Council owns in the centre of the road in order to provide a new access into the larger area of development.

Option Plan 1

Option Plan 1

Option Plan 2


Plan 2 shows a slightly larger development area which again, is within the northern part of the estate – particularly the northern part of Newman Road, but with some additional parking along the edge of the park.

Option Plan 2

Option Plan 2

Option Plan 3


Plan 3 covers the entire estate and would involve purchasing all of the privately-owned properties. Once again, this has only been prepared in order to provide the council with a clearer understanding of every financial option. It is a very unlikely option.

Option Plan 3

Option Plan 3

Option Plan 4


There isn’t an actual plan for option 4 because it simply proposes that all of the existing Cornwall Council-owned properties are  refitted and refurbished to an agreed budget.


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