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New holiday homes could be banned at port

By Natasha Swift 20th September 2017

New holiday homes could be banned at port
A development at School Hill in Mevagissey

NEW HOLIDAY homes could be banned in Mevagissey to stop the “erosion” of the village by the “onslaught of second-home owners”. The village is pushing for the ban as part of the Mevagissey Neighbourhood Development Plan (Mevagissey NDP), which has now been submitted to Cornwall Council. The document is being hailed...

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