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Persimmon secures planning agreement for 450 Cornish homes

Planning consultant Turley Associates has secured a resolution to grant outline planning permission for 450 homes in Liskeard, Cornwall on behalf of housebuilder Persimmon.

Cornwall’s strategic planning committee made the resolution on 25 August.

Planning permission is expected to be granted shortly, following completion of the Section 106 agreement.

The proposed development is to the North-west of Liskeard town centre and will provide a range of family homes together with a local centre and public open space. 

The scheme received the support of Liskeard Town Council.

Turley Associates Bristol office director Peter Stacey said:  “We are delighted with this decision. This scheme will help attract new families to Liskeard and bring significant social and economic benefits to the town.”

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