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Camel Creek Resort Cornwall

Planning Permission for Luxury Cornish Accommodation in southwest England design by PRP Architects, UK

24 Oct 2016

Camel Creek Resort in North Cornwall

Camel Creek Resort Planning Permission News

Design: PRP Architects

Broome Wins Planning Battle to Bring 6-Star Luxury to Cornwall

Alton Towers founder, John Broome, has obtained planning permission to develop “the UK’s first six star resort” in North Cornwall. Situated between Newquay Airport and fashionable Padstow, Camel Creek Resort will feature luxury villas, stylish tree houses and a large sub-tropical pool surrounded by thousands of newly planted indigenous trees.

Camel Creek Resort Cornwall

A three-year build period is expected to start in February 2017.

The vote by the Cornish Council Strategic Planning Committee was an overwhelming 17:1.

Camel Creek Resort Cornwall

“This gives Cornwall another World Class destination,” commented John Broome. “With the Eden Project, hopefully the Spaceport and now Camel Creek Resort, the area can shift out of the pattern of seasonal employment and low wages into a high-tech and upmarket future.

Camel Creek Resort Cornwall

“We will be creating 997 permanent jobs at Camel Creek with at least double that in our supply chain. We have a strong Cornish First policy which will determine that we buy as much as we can of whatever we can from inside the county.

“We already have relationships with local schools, colleges and universities and will work closely with them to ensure that we can provide Cornish residents with the skills needed to work at all levels in Camel Creek.

“In addition we will be creating a world class holiday resort that will bring high net worth individuals to Cornwall where they will spend their money outside the resort as well as inside.”

Camel Creek Resort Cornwall

John Broome is the UK’s most innovative and successful leisure entrepreneur. He started his career at the ground-breaking Alton Towers and his latest venture has all his hallmarks of building a strong team to produce a luxury development of a style not seen before in the UK.

About PRP

PRP is an interdisciplinary, design-led practice with over 50 years’ experience in housing design and urban planning. They deliver intelligent, responsive and enduring design solutions through a collaborative and knowledge based approach. With their extensive team of architects and professional services they create places of distinction and purpose.

Their approach focuses on communication and understanding. With thought, experience and innovation, PRP ensures to meet the needs of the client and wider community. Through their integrated specialist teams and commercial awareness they are able to fully understand the brief and guide its development and direction. They have a diverse and award-winning portfolio that demonstrates their ability within the various sectors of housing. They believe that all housing should be efficient, affordable and capable in creating lasting communities.

PRP employ over 200 staff with studios in London, Manchester and Surrey. Their work is primarily UK-based with experience internationally.


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Location: Padstow, Cornwall, England, UK

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