Cornish developer Treveth is holding an informal drop-in session in Penzance next month to outline plans for its latest project, on Coinagehall Street.

The event at the Jubilee Café at Jubilee Pool on Monday March 6 (1pm-7pm) is an opportunity to find out more about how the Coinagehall Street project will benefit Penzance and meet the team behind it.

Coinagehall Street will be a mixed-use scheme with both residential and commercial properties incorporated in the architectural plans. The site will incorporate the regeneration of St Anthony’s Gardens, funded by Government’s Future High Streets Fund, and will link the area with the Jubilee Pool and the wider Penzance Promenade.

Emma Rodgers, senior development manager at Treveth, said: “We’re looking forward to submitting our planning application for the Coinagehall Street site in 2023. The site has real potential and by enhancing and improving the community spaces, as well as providing new homes for local people, we hope to encourage more visitors to the area which will boost the local economy whilst maintaining the area for local residents.

“We have also received Future High Street Funding to help mobilise the delivery of the much-needed regeneration of the wider public realm area which will support our vision.”