Published: 19th Jan 2021

Cornwall Council has announced £13m worth of building contracts for three new workspace centres that help the region’s economy grow. According to the council, the three workspaces in Penzance, Liskeard and Hayle will play a key role in regenerating the town centres and boosting the local economy by enabling business growth, job creation and training opportunities. Two of the developments will be supporting the fast-growing creative sector – already of huge importance to the economy of Cornwall. The Penzance Creative Cluster will be a new 1,500m2 facility at Causewayhead which will provide up to 30 modern studios and workspaces for creative enterprises. At Liskeard Cattle Market, the new workspace development is part of the larger regeneration programme which will transform the towns old cattle market site, which is partly derelict and under-used since the closure of the livestock market in 2017. The third scheme is a 1,800m2 extension to the Hayle Marine Renewables Business Park, building on the success of … (To read the full article, subscribe below)