3:00pm Saturday 19th January 2013
By Greg Fountain
Plans to build 90 new houses at Mabe have stalled this week after the deadline for a decision to be made on the application came and passed.
The controversial plans, which sparked a heated exchange between villagers and developers at a public meeting last month, would see a mix of 12 flats and 78 two, three or four bedroom houses built on land between Treliever Road and the A39.
Cornwall Council's “determination deadline” for the planning application was Friday, January 11 but a decision has yet to be made on whether the proposals can get the green light.
A spokesperson for the council said: “It is likely to go to the planning committee for a decision in due course.”
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