We have been working hard over the last few months to finalise plans for a new state-of-the-art leisure complex at The Headland Hotel and Spa in Newquay, Cornwall and the substructure construction works are really advancing on site.
The new building will be built on the old tennis courts and will encompass a new swimming pool, relaxation area, and external terrace that can be enjoyed all year round, open to guests and locals alike.
Fantastic to see this project nearing completion on the Roseland Peninsular. Check out the finely installed open jointed Cedar cladding in varying widths and tones, which plays wonderfully with the low winter sun.
We have been working hard over the last few months to finalise plans for a new state of the-art leisure complex at The Headland in Newquay which has now commenced on site. The new building will be built on the old tennis courts and will encompass a new swimming pool, relaxation area, and external terrace that can be enjoyed all year round, open to guests and locals alike.
Progress at Fairglen is good with completion of the purchases for Plots 1, 2 and 3, and the completion of Plot 5 expected in the next couple of weeks. With further serious enquiries received for the remaining Northern row of plots, which are also nearing completion, this phased development has now moved on to the southern row of plots after securing good sales and receiving a good level of further enquiries.
These four new quality houses were designed by Lilly Lewarne for a wooded site on the outskirts of Truro, nestled between two listed buildings. The design of each individual dwelling has responded to and worked with the existing topography of the site, 3 of the houses will be of a split level in nature so as to reflect the level changes locally to them. All 4 houses are unique in design however the site has been considered as a whole with the same palette of natural materials used throughout. The largest house design has influences taken from the existing dwellings opposite, with an agricultural / courtyard experience, reflecting the character of its setting.
The overall aim was to provide quality traditional homes within walking distance of Truro City Centre combining fine detailing with home comforts.
Lilly Lewarne Architects, Truro, are excited to be involved with Dales Central Motor’s new all-purpose and up to date Vauxhall showroom and associated workshops in Scorrier, Cornwall. Work commenced on site earlier this month following the initial turf cutting ceremony by company directors Carolyn Peters and Dominic Cadge.
The new purpose built Vauxhall dealership and workshops will be situated on the opposite side of the A30 to Dales’ established SEAT, Renault and Dacia showrooms and will compliment Dales’ established presence in Cornwall.
Lilly Lewarne will continue following this project through to completion as Dales Central Motors’ Architect and Lead Designer.