The project aims to create new trails to enable safe journeys for commuters, families and visitors. The trails will provide approximately 13km of off-road and on-road trails. This will be across public and private land. This involves many landowners and working within strict ecological parameters.
The Council has confirmed that a contractor will be appointed to design and construct a new bridge at Chiverton. The new bridge is due to open in late 2023. It will accommodate pedestrians, cyclists and equestrian users
Progress on the design and construction of the rest of the scheme can be summarised below.
|Perranporth to Cocks Village||Detailed design being finalised||Due to start in Summer 2022|
|Cocks Village to Goonhavern||Detailed design complete||Construction in progress (until Autumn 2022)|
|St Agnes to Sevenmilestone||Detailed design complete||Construction in progress (until Winter 2022)|
|Sevenmilestone to Chiverton||
Detailed Design in progress
|Due to start in Summer 2022|
|Crossing of A30||
Due to start July 2022
Due to start July 2023
|Chiverton to West Langarth||Surveys of A390 are almost complete. Concept design to commence shortly||Due to start in Autumn 2022 but dependent on survey findings|
Section of completed trail between Cocks Village and Goonhavern
New in-fill panels on Cocks Viaduct
Completed surfacing on a section of the trail between St Agnes and Sevenmilestone
Further trail construction between St Agnes and Sevenmilestone
Route plans and design
The route plans and design route for each trail are below. Some of these files may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. If you require a document in an accessible format please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perranporth to Goonhavern
St Agnes to Threemilestone
The project is funded as follows –
- Perranporth to Goonhavern Trail - Entire route funded by National Highways and Cornwall Council
- St Agnes to West Langarth Trail - St Agnes to Sevenmilestone, Chiverton Bridge and Chiverton Bridge to West Langarth sections are funded by ERDF.
- The Sevenmilestone to Chiverton Bridge - National Highways.
- West Langarth to Threemilestone section will be delivered by adjacent Northern Access Road scheme
The funding is split as follows:
- The National Highways funding is £11.9M
- The ERDF funding is £5.158M plus Local Transport Plan funding of £1.289M
- The Cornwall Council funding is £2M
The St Agnes to Threemilestone Saints Trail project is receiving up to £5,158,456 of funding from the England European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
This is part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020.
The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities is the Managing Authority for the ERDF.
Established by the EU, the ERDF helps local areas stimulate their economic development. They invest in projects which will support businesses and create jobs.
- February 2019 to August 2019
- Preliminary design and public consultation
- February 2019 to December 2022
- Land negotiations and acquisition
- November 2019
- National Highways funding agreement signed
- November 2019 to June 2022
- Design development
- January 2020 to June 2020
- National Highways construction Phase 1
- July 2020 to September 2021
- Stamp Duty Holiday
- March 2020 to April 2021
- Pandemic National Lockdowns 1 to 3
- March 2021
- April 2021 to May 2021
- CPO (AT) notices published
- August 2021 to September 2021
- CPO (PN) notices published
- September 2021 to December 2023
- Construction Phase 2
- Construction Phase 3 (Chiverton Bridge construction)
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