Big plans for holiday park

Artist's impression of the courtyard from amenity space of the proposed development

A planning application has been submitted for a major redevelopment of the Little Trevarrack holiday park in Carbis Bay.

Owners Neil and Annette Osborne have submitted plans to replace the 254 touring pitches and static caravans that it already has permission for, with 119 contemporary holiday homes and state of the art amenity facilities.

Local planning and architectural consultant Laurence Associates has been instructed to design and seek permission for the proposal. Its commercial director, Paul Bateman, explained: “There was a clear vision to enhance the accommodation at Little Trevarrack, and having previously gained permission for static caravans, well designed high quality holiday homes was a natural progression.

Whilst holiday accommodation has been improving in Cornwall, in line with the Government’s aspirations to enhance the economic opportunities of the Cornish tourist industry, the St Ives Bay area has yet to have an established holiday park of the highest standards of accommodation. What is proposed at Little Trevarrack achieves those standards and will be one of the premium holiday destinations in the county.”

A decision on the application is anticipated in early May.