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Truro Town Deal to present transformational projects for feedback

Truro Cathedral in the backgrouns with MAlpas rier in the forground. the iamge surrounded by a frame of tree branches and grassy banks

These sets of proposals represent the most ambitious aspects of our project portfolio, and we are keen to present them collectively so members of the community can see how they work together. 

An opportunity to have your say

Join us on Wednesday, November 22, from 10am to 7pm at the Truro Methodist Church, as we unveil the plans for a much-anticipated lifting bridge between Newham and Boscawen Park plus updates to Lemon Quay and Town Quay, and cycling routes across the city.

The projects

Lifting Bridge between Newham and Boscawen Park: The much-anticipated bridge is set to connect both sides of the river between Newham and Malpas, making a better connected, healthier and more sustainable community. 

Lemon Quay and Harbor Updates: These plans are poised to breathe new life into two of Truro’s most iconic areas, enhancing the beauty and functionality of our city. 

Pedestrian and Cycle Route Improvements: We’re creating a robust active travel network that’ll make Truro healthier and more connected, ensuring a sustainable and vibrant future. 

These projects are a collaboration between Cornwall Council and the Truro Town Deal Board who together are committed to a vision of a “Connected River City,” revitalising Truro and unlocking vital investments. 

They represent the heart of the project portfolio 

Alan Stanhope, Chair of Truro Town Deal, emphasizes, “These proposals represent the heart of our project portfolio. We’re excited to showcase how they come together to create a thriving, connected Truro.” 

Louis Gardner, Cornwall Council’s Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Economy, urges you to have your say, saying, “The Town Deal empowers communities to shape the future. We invite all residents and businesses to the exhibition to learn more.” 

Join us on Wednesday, November 22, at the Truro Methodist Church from 10am to 7pm to view the plans and provide your feedback.  

The questionnaire and plans will also be available to view online here from 22nd November. 

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