They include regenerating the town centre to create a variety of multi-purpose work, entertainment and community spaces: establishing a world-class fibre park; transforming the appearance of the high street; opening up a network of cycleways; renovating the recreation ground; developing new sport and amenity facilities; facilitating food and farming enterprise and turning the town’s Donald Thomas Centre into a contemporary crafts hub.
The Government announced £23.7m in Town Deal funding for Camborne in 2021 – the largest amount in Cornwall. Government approval has been given and funding awarded.
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This forward-thinking project will create almost 4,700m2 of high-quality workspace with the world-class digital connectivity required to meet the needs of one of the UK’s fastest growing tech clusters.
The proposals to upgrade and modernise facilities at Camborne Recreation Ground will breathe new life into this outdoor space and provide impressive leisure facilities for Camborne residents.
A community hub for play, sport and leisure will be created at Park Gerry (formally known as Park Road Playing Fields.)
The adjoining Basset Centre and White House on Basset Road will be redeveloped into a state-of-the-art facility that includes high quality communal spaces, a youth café, exciting heritage interpretation and an updated library and resource centre. There will also be a flexible performance space for a range of entertainment and community purposes.
This project aims to support local entrepreneurs and encourage more footfall in the town centre by bringing a long-term disused building back into use as a modern co-working space.
The town centre’s streets and public spaces will be improved to create a more accessible, sustainable and appealing place to live, work, shop and visit.
This brownfield site near Tesco will be landscaped to provide a community space for local residents and a green gateway to the town centre.
This ground-breaking project sees the creation of an educational institution and a new community farm on the Duchy College site at Rosewarne, with refurbishment of business enterprise workspace.
Celebrating our makers and creatives, we are developing a contemporary crafts hub that specialises in warm glass, ceramics and small metals, inside a refurbished Donald Thomas Centre.