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The Projects

We are thinking BIG for the future of our great little city; developing plans which will help transform Truro into a confident capital, fit to lead Cornwall into a successful and prosperous future.

We want to protect and enhance what’s special about Truro, its heritage, cultural identity, compact environment and strong sense of community, whilst working to become a leading destination which is more vibrant, better connected and greener.

This means building on our strengths to create a place where new and existing businesses can grow and flourish. A place for leisure, for healthy and active lifestyles and for fun. A place where different generations can live well, work productively and contribute to a strong and resilient place in balance with the environment.

We want Truro to be a place with a brilliant future. Achieving this requires a catalyst for change which can create jobs, turbocharge the economy, tackle social inequality, and attract new visitors.

Connect the harbour quays via walkways, new marina facilities, pontoons plus re-purpose harbour buildings for business use. Plus upgrading Lemon Quay piazza including a part roof cover.

A space where residents can meet, learn new skills, access support and feel part of our evolving city.

Comprising of a lifting bridge from Boscawen to Newham, upgraded pedestrian and cycle connections across the city, including Newham Trail upgrades.

The Hive At Pydar

Bringing together education, research, innovation, business, entertainment and community facilities in a unique environment.

Artist illustration of the Hive courtyard at nigh

Leisure and recreational activities, such as indoor climbing wall, water sports, studio hire and extended play areas.  Also to include remediation works to eroding riverbank and connection to duck pond.

New Life for City Buildings

Aim to create residential, workspaces and hospitality suites from existing building stock in the city centre.

Truro highstreet, not many people in the photo.

A revamped Minerals exhibition space with a digital learning lab, improved interpretation and a move towards a carbon neutral museum.