Tourist treehouses, new apartments and rebuilt petrol station among latest planning applications in Cornwall

Luxurious tree houses for tourists, modern apartments in a seaside town and a revamped petrol station are among the planning applications submitted to Cornwall Council this week. More than 100 applications are validated by the Council each week and we have selected some of the more interesting proposals.

All planning applications submitted to the council must be validated and are available for public inspection. Everyone is also allowed to comment on the motions – whether for support or rejection.

Most planning applications are decided by Cornwall Council planning officers under what is known as delegated powers. Some motions, however, go before elected councilors who sit on planning committees.

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No dates have been set as to when the planning applications below will be made. They can be viewed on the Planning Portal on Cornwall Council’s website at

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Treehouses for vacation rentals

A company is applying for planning permission to build two tree houses that could be used by tourists. Crown and Canopy have submitted plans for a site at Trefenton near Pillaton near Saltash.

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