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Appeal: Community farm and 155-home village approved in Truro


Living Villages (Newham Farm) Ltd has been granted permission to develop a sustainable new community farm and village for Truro, Cornwall, against the decision of Cornwall Council.

Higher Newham Farm will be run as an educational facility offering land-based accredited agricultural courses, with livestock grazing and horticultural uses and community allotments, orchards and woodlands. It will include shops, gallery/studio space, holiday let accommodation, a community hub, restaurant, cook school, and village housing.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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