Plans are only as good as their parts. Here are some of things that form part of the plans at Higher Newham.
A community farm run by Duchy College and providing accredited training for local young people in agriculture, land based and food related skills. The College would also run short leisure courses.
A restaurant run by Cornwall Food Foundation, serving local, seasonal food, grown and foraged from the farm, the allotments and surrounding area.
A cook school run by Cornwall Food Foundation providing hands on learning for all ages.
80% of the 92 acres to be gifted by Living Villages to the local community via a charitable trust, with the intention to preserve 70 acres of Higher Newham, for farming and food education forever.
A network of footpaths and cycle trailways which will open up the greenspace for the community to enjoy and link the village to Truro.
A new exemplar village of 155 individually designed homes – at least 30% of which will be available within Cornwall Council's affordable housing scheme
A community hub with space for meetings and clubs, as well as for workshops and a gallery
A wildlife rich environment of woodlands, orchards, fields, hedgerows and wildflower meadow.
2 acres of allotments for the village and wider Truro community.
Play areas for small and big kids