A development framework is being jointly presented by Western United Mines, the South West RDA (Regional Development Agency), CPR Regeneration and Cornwall Council.
It sets out how a range of different regeneration proposals in and around Dudnance Lane will link together and follows months of positive discussions between all involved.
Western United Mines will be outlining plans to relocate its mining operation in advance of a planning application which is likely to be made before the end of the year, including how the proposed new mine processing plant could look.
This would free up other land at Crofty for new development, including Cornwall Council’s plans for the next stage of the proposed link road between Redruth and Camborne, connecting Dudnance Lane and Dolcoath Avenue.
A planning application for the road was submitted last week and details of the scheme will be available at the consultation event for information.
The South West RDA and CPR Regeneration will be outlining the wider regeneration blueprint for Dudnance Lane and South Crofty, including employment space and new homes, and how the mine proposals and the new road all fit together into a comprehensive regeneration scheme.
Part of the exhibition will include details of a new landmark office building on land at East Hill junction, with an outline planning application expected before the end of the year.
David Brewer, chairman of CPR Regeneration, said: “For the first time we will be presenting a framework for regenerating this part of Pool that accommodates the ambitions of Western United Mines and all the regeneration agencies. This blueprint marks significant milestone in creating hundreds of new jobs above and below ground.”
The exhibition is on Friday, October 23 from 10.30am to 8pm in the Botallack Room in the Berlewen Building (former Camborne School of Mines) off Trevenson Road.
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