Tregoad Holiday Park is investing a further £4.2 million in development works.

The Park, near Looe, will be developing 68 new pitches for holiday homes and its hire fleet, using, what it says, are more carbon-friendly ways of working.

This includes the installation of reduced carbon hard standings, and recycling of aggregate materials from previous bases on site.

The swimming pool at Tregoad Holiday Park will see an internal revamp, with new painting, tiles, and the installation of energy-efficient air source heat pumps. In addition, the existing toilet block and laundry building will be demolished and replaced, with slate tiles and concrete due to be recycled for future development. The Park has moved away from gas as its primary energy source, with plans for its new laundry block to be powered predominantly by solar panels. Recycled kerbs will also be installed on site.

General manager, Matt Way, said: “We build sustainability into everything we do at Tregoad Holiday Park, and continually assess how we can be more eco-friendly in the products we use and our ways of working.”

Tregoad Holiday Park is also due to launch its Forest School later this year to educate families about its natural woodland area with interactive activities.