We at C G Fry & Son are delighted to be working with the Duchy of Cornwall at Nansledan, a 540 acre extension to the coastal town of Newquay on the northern coast of Cornwall.
Nansledan embodies the principles of architecture and urban planning championed by The Prince of Wales. His vision is to create walkable, connected urban centres where mixed income housing, shops, business premises and leisure facilities combine in a coherent way.
Architecture is another vital ingredient. The Prince of Wales has long advocated that buildings should look as if they belong in the landscape in which they are set, reflecting local styles and using local materials, including Cornish granite and slate mined within an hour of the development.
This community will be built in eight key phases or ‘quarters’. Each quarter will have its own character while still feeling part of the whole. The first of these is called Trewolek which sits on the plateau of Nansledan.
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