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Newquay Growth Area: Project Consultation

The concept of a new urban extension to the east of Newquay has been around since at least 1991. The Restormel Local Plan included a Newquay Growth Area and was adopted in 2001.

The development of the master plan for the Newquay Growth Area evolved through the proactive public consultation in the form of an ‘Enquiry by Design’. This comprised a technical working group in 2004. It included key stakeholders: statutory agencies and authorities, landowners, a master planner, local communities and voluntary groups initially at a briefing session in June 2004 and then at a workshop in October 2004.

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Phase 1 of the Newquay Strategic Route (previously referred to as Trencreek Relief Road Phase 1) underwent extensive public and stakeholder consultation throughout its development and was approved by full Council in March 2011. This phase was completed in November 2016.  

The project is being promoted and managed by Cornwall Council who have consulted the Duchy of Cornwall, as the landowner for the Phase 1 works and key developer of the Growth Area.

The Duchy of Cornwall, in partnership with Cornwall Council, are committed to securing a detailed planning permission for the development areas for Phase 1.

Prior to the planning application the Council held a public exhibition, on 17 May 2012, to inform the local public of the proposals.

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