Proposals for more than 30 affordable homes in a village near Falmouth are due to be considered at a parish council planning meeting next week.

Gilbert & Goode, which is part of the Ocean Housing Group, has submitted plans for a housing estate of 37 affordable properties on land at Little Greystones Farm, Mylor Bridge, near Falmouth.

Mylor Parish Council's planning committee is due to meet to discuss the application next Tuesday, November 21 at 7pm. The public are invited to attend.

The planning application includes landscaping, surface water management, on-site road access and footpaths, vehicle parking, refuse and cycle provision, public open space provision, together with details of a single point of vehicular access off Robert Rundle Way and several smaller pedestrian access points around the site.

The 1.8 hectare site is currently four vacant fields, lying adjacent to the boundary of Mylor Bridge. The site was identified as the preferred direction of growth in the Mylor Neighbourhood Development Plan for residential development.

A statement highlights that the houses would be 100% affordable and available for local people who meet the local connection criteria, as social rent or to purchase via shared ownership. The social rent homes will be owned, managed and maintained by Ocean Housing with rent set at between 40% and 60% of the market rental rate.

For more details see PA23/08068

For more information, visit the dedicated website for the proposed development at