Land off Churchway. Marazion

Pre-application consultation January 2019


Proposed Boundary

Proposed Boundary

Galliford Try Partnerships is preparing a planning application to build up to 40 new homes on land off Churchway, Marazion.

The development is the latest in a number of sites that the company has developed in partnership with LiveWest and Cornwall Council as part of the 'Homes for Cornwall' partnership.

The Partnership arrangement has delivered hundreds of homes on council-owned sites across Cornwall including Shortlanesend, Madron, Wadebridge, Blackwater, St Breward and Penzance.

The site at Marazion will include a percentage of affordable housing. LiveWest will be responsible for overseeing and managing the affordable housing element of the site to include a mix of homes available for both rental and shared-ownership.

Who are Galliford Try Partnerships?


Galliford Try is a FTSE 250 business and one of the UK's leading housebuilding, regeneration and construction groups. We operate through three strong businesses: Linden Homes, Galliford Try Partnerships and Construction & Investments.

Partnerships is Galliford Try’s regeneration specialist, working with Registered Housing Providers and Local Authorities to help meet the demand for new homes in the private and affordable homes sectors, regenerating neighbourhoods and working to improve the UK’s built environment. We aim to deliver positive, lasting change for the communities we work in on behalf of our clients

Who are LiveWest?


LiveWest is the largest housing association operating solely in the South West, with homes and services from Cornwall to the Gloucestershire Hills. We manage 36,000 homes for rent, leasehold and shared-ownership and already own over 140 homes in Marazion.

The development of the Marazion site will be a joint venture between Galliford Try and LiveWest. LiveWest will be responsible for overseeing the affordable housing units as well as jointly selling some of the homes on the open-market.

Profits made from the sale of the open-market homes are re-invested in creating more affordable homes for the future.

To find out more about LiveWest and what we do – please visit our website at www.livewest.co.uk

Proposed layout of the new homes…


This plan shows how the new homes will be laid-out within the site and their relationship with existing properties. It also indicates the principal vehicle and pedestrian access into the site off Trevenner Lane. These are early days in the planning process and the layout may be subject to amendment as the application progresses through the planning process.

Illustrative Master Plan

Illustrative Master Plan

Section drawings...


The section drawings provide further views showing the houses relationship with the site boundary and the access road.

Proposed site section A-A

Proposed site section A-A

Proposed site section B-B

Proposed site section B-B

Section drawing locations marked on the illustrative master plan.

Section drawing locations marked on the illustrative master plan.

Site boundary treatment...


This plan shows the types of hedging and fencing that will be used within the development. The hedging is a mixture of ornamental and native hedging. It also indicates which existing trees will be retained and protected.

Boundary treatment

Boundary treatment

What happens next?


The planning application will be submitted to Cornwall Council’s planning department in the near future. Once the Council is satisfied that it has all the information it needs it will be allocated a case number and a case officer. The Council will then begin its own statutory consultation process. The application will be uploaded onto the Council’s planning website and various technical consultees covering everything from highways to education will be invited to comment on the proposals. The Parish Council and members of the public will also be invited to record their views.


Do you have any friends, neighbours or colleagues who'd like to comment on this proposal?

What's your view?


Please use this feedback form to record any comments and views you may have about the development proposals. The feedback we receive will be shared with members of Galliford Try technical team to help guide and inform the design of the site.

Simply click the Send Feedback button when you have completed your comments.

The feedback comments will be recorded verbatim in a Statement of Community Involvement which will be submitted to the Local Planning Authority as part of a future planning application. A unique reference number will be assigned to each comment; any direct personal data in the comment is redacted. Please read our Privacy Notice for further details.

The email, website and Freepost response facilities will be available throughout the statutory consultation period.

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