Plans being developed to rebuild a four-bedroom house on a notorious landslip

A concept image for the pre-application meeting. All images are likely to change after the meeting takes place
A concept image for the home that will be built on the landslip (Image credit: Sepia Group)

A well-known house condemned by Cornwall Council after a landslip in 2021 could be redeveloped into a four-bedroom house.

The bright blue Tremayne House lies beside the East Looe River and sits between the railway line and the A387 just outside the coastal town of Looe.

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