Penryn could soon have a new tattoo studio after local councillors raised no objections to a change of use on a town centre property.

The applicants had requested permission to change the use of a former bridal shop at 40 Lower Market Street from commercial to commercial and sui generis, allowing it to be used as a tattoo parlour with possible additional retail space.

Councillor John Langan noted the applicant was "not going to change anything" related to the physical aspects of the building.

The mayor, Shelley peters, added that it would be a "new business in the town," and Councillor Mark Snowdon said the town had lost its previous tattoo parlour.