Reserved Matters application for development north of Treloweth Close

November 17th 2021

In December 2019 outline planning permission was approved at appeal for up to 44 dwellings, provision of access, allotments and associated ancillary works (PA17/12089).  As part of this process, a reserved matters application is now required to consider appearance, landscaping layout and scale.

This development will be 100% affordable led (some affordable rent and some shared ownership) and includes a mixture of properties all with slightly different layouts.  In addition a public open space at the “top” by Treloweth Lane, an attenuation pond, land at the bottom allocated for a community building, plus a pathway through to Trehayes at the bottom.

This application will be discussed by the Council at its next meeting on 7th December where Georgina Hayman, Development Manager for Coastline Housing, will be attending to give a presentation and answer any questions Councillors and residents may have.  Residents are welcome, as always, to attend the Parish Council meeting which will take place at St Erth School starting at 7pm but we would request that if you plan to attend you email the Clerk in order that we can manage expected numbers on clerk@sterth-pc.gov.uk.

The Cornwall Council planning portal is now open for comments until 7th December and can be accessed using this link.

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