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Phase One: South Quay | hayle harbour :: regeneration news

Hayle Harbour South Quay

South Quay was previously earmarked to be the last phase of development in the harbour but has been moved forward to Phase 1 after feedback from Stakeholders who wanted SQ to be brought forward to create a more balanced development.

A new proposal is being submitted to replace the original consent approved in 2008 and to pump prime the Hayle Harbour regeneration, providing funding to help cover the cost of restoring and preserving the magnificent quay side and harbour walls around South Quay which are one of the marvels of Victorian marine engineering.

South Quay was built by Harvey and Co in 1819 and is a listed structure. The restoration of the Harbour walls and the Quayside not including the extensive Flood defence costs will be in the region of £1.1million. The standard of the walkways with lighting and contemporary balustrades is exceptional. The cost of this is £1.2 million. The cost of the new Penpol Footbridge will be approximately £500,000

ING's Proposals for South Quay

A new food store is included in the proposals and whilst Hayle has a number of very successful and well supported retailers it is generally accepted that the lack of retail choice in Hayle is causing residents and visitors to shop outside of Hayle.

The new retail mix will claw back that leaking spend and persuade people that they do not need to shop out of town. The new Parking facility and the footpath across to Penpol terrace creates a retail circuit that will encourage shoppers to vary their spend in a number of shops.

A new cinema will provide a lively point of entrance to South Quay which will hopefully mean we can persuade a large percentage of the many visitors to the Hayle area, who currently don't visit the town to spend time in Hayle.

The superb walkways and feature restaurant on the tip of South Quay will be a destination location that will be magnetic to visitors, residents and local businesses.

The redevelopment of South Quay will be extremely expensive, the new proposals will help inject the significant levels of investment required to make the regeneration a reality. It will keep money in Hayle and ensure that out of town shopping locations such as Loggans Moor and competitive towns do not benefit from Hayle.

More details will be available here shortly.

ING's Proposals for South Quay


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