POLL: Have your say on St Austell supermarket plans
COUNCIL chiefs will on Monday decide the fate of two controversial planning applications for supermarkets in St Austell.
Cornwall Council officers have made their recommendations – but we want to know what site you think is best, if any, for St Austell.
Register your vote in our poll on this page.
Terrace Hill's application for an as yet unknown store on the site of the current Cornwall Council One Stop Shop, on Penwinnick Road, has the backing of council officers.
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It would see the existing council offices demolished and a supermarket built on the land, with new office accommodation built alongside.
A Cornwall Council planning officer's report states that Penwinnick Road is the preferred site for a supermarket as it is closer to the town centre, giving more opportunity for linked trips.
Broadley Park Properties, however, has rubbished this claim. It has applied to build a Morrisons supermarket on land at Pentewan Road – but their application has been recommended for refusal by the council.
Cornwall Council's strategic planning committee meets on Monday and you can follow the debate live, here at www.thisiscornwall.co.uk