PRP picked for 300-home Truro project

The Pydar neighbourhood in Truro, for which PRP has been appointed to create regeneration plans

Cornwall council selects firm to masterplan regeneration of Pydar neighbourhood

Architecture firm PRP has been appointed to draw up a blueprint for the 300-home regeneration of the Pydar neighbourhood in Truro.

Cornwall council selected the multi-disciplinary firm to come up with proposals to deliver the new homes alongside new workplaces, shops, restaurants, cultural facilities and a park for the city, which is the county’s administrative capital.

The 4ha regeneration area currently hosts a range of commercial and industrial occupants – and a significant amount of surface parking.

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