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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! There are plans for a 'super-yacht' mansion to be built by the Cornish coast. The four-storey home, featuring curved balconies resembling decks of super-yachts, is planned for the village of Mawgan Porth, near Newquay. An application was submitted to Cornwall Council by Create Design SW on behalf off David Cole Homes Ltd. It is for the demolition of a three-bedroom dwelling and the construction of a replacement dwelling with at least four bedrooms, as well as associated works, on Tredragon Road. The plans were first submitted in 2020 but have since been revised following objections from locals and the St Mawgan In Pydar Parish Council. You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive's FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins and sign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page. Concerns were previously raised regarding the scale, massing, height and extent of overlooking created of the plans. The revised application reads: "The building parapet height has been lowered by 0.8m to address the concern with visual impact. The ground floor north and south walls have moved to form an inset to further reduce the perceived bulk.
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Plans for mansion in Mawgan Porth
"A 1.8m high privacy screen is added to the northern and southern external decks to provide screening and address any overlooking. "The external decks have been redesigned and reduced in size." The full list of revisions can be read about on Cornwall Council's planning portal. So far, 46 objections have been submitted to the local authority. They state that the building remains "too big, too bulky and too tall for its environment" and that a four-storey home would set a precedent for Mawgan Porth.
The parish council added: "Revised plans - The parish council resolved to carry forward the previous objection, as it was considered that there were no meaningful changes, principally that the proposal does not accord with Policy 12 of the CLP due to bulking, massing and height." CornwallLive understands that the application will be consider by a Cornwall Council planning committee on April 19.
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