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Plans for new St Agnes development to go on show

26th October 2012 Print
A typical Taylor Wimpey home

Plans for an exciting new development of homes in St Agnes are set to be unveiled for the first time by Taylor Wimpey Exeter.

The leading house builder has been granted planning permission for a development of 74 homes with shared public open space on Drovers Way in St Agnes. The range of three, four and five bedroom homes is due to launch in December.

Those eager to find out more will be able to view the plans at Taylor Wimpey Exeter’s Trevenson Meadows development in Newquay from November 3rd.

Janine Copleston, regional sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey Exeter, said: “We’re very excited about this new development and want to share this with house hunters by letting them be the first to know about our plans. As planning is already secured, we’re keen to get started. So if you don’t want to miss out on the range of homes we’ll be offering in St Agnes, visit Trevenson Meadows to view the plans and get a feel of what’s to come.”

Janine added: “Here at Taylor Wimpey we’re committed to creating developments to the highest standard, putting craftsmanship and quality into every home we build, as well as ensuring they sit perfectly in their environment and have a real sense of place.”

St. Agnes is a picturesque village on the north coast of Cornwall which offers coastal works and breathtaking scenery. Steeped in mining history, the village still retains a traditional, friendly Cornish atmosphere and boasts four varied beaches and a central location for touring the rest of Cornwall.

Meanwhile Trevenson Meadows, located in the vibrant town of Newquay, is home to a stunning range of two, three and four bedroom homes crafted using traditional materials. Prices range from £91,995 to £277,000.

For more information on the new St Agnes development, visit Trevenson Meadows, open daily from 11am – 5.30pm, or see

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A typical Taylor Wimpey home