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Covid-19 Update – Open with viewings by appointment only
Award winning Duchy of Cornwall development Nansledan, Cornish for “broad valley”, is a mixeduse sustainable development in Newquay, which will eventually comprise over 4,000 Cornish styled homes along an array of colourful, characterful street scenes.
Once a vision of HRH Prince of Wales many years ago, it is fast becoming a thriving new community where residents can live, work, socialise, shop and enjoy the surroundings – just a walk away.
With homes at Nansledan individually designed by internationally renowned classical Architects and Master Planners, in partnership with our in-house team of experts, HRH Prince of Wales’s vision is coming to life. All our homes, whether large or small, are traditionally constructed and Cornish inspired combined with modern interiors.
As you stroll around the development you can see that every detail, whether it is a garage roof, a kerb, a planting scheme, or a wildlife conservation technique has been considered.
Whether you are looking for a two, three, or four bedroom home of two or three storey detached, semi-detached or townhouse style, you will be able to choose from a great selection of different Morrish homes at Nansledan.
The scale of the development means the mix of housing is constantly changing as the development evolves. Our friendly team of experts can advise on the right house for you, and schemes to help you move including the Government’s Help to Buy Scheme.
Our response to the coronavirus (COVID-19)
The coronavirus (COVID -19) outbreak is constantly evolving and we would like to
reassure you that we are taking sensible precautions to minimise the potential risk
to our customers, staff and business partners whilst ensuring that it is ‘business as
We are closely monitoring the advice from Public Heath England as the health and
wellbeing of our staff, customers and business partners are of course our absolute
Our staff have been briefed on the current hygiene and social distancing practices
advised by the Government.
We have contingency plans in place to ensure the continuity of our business and
are, of course, monitoring and responding to the ongoing situation as it evolves.
We will, however, be making some changes to our current working practices to
reduce the risk, such as:
• Advising our staff to avoid shaking hands
• Requiring any of our staff who are feeling unwell or have any flu-like symptoms
to stay at home.
• Asking customers to call and cancel their appointments if they are feeling
unwell or have any flu-like symptoms
• Regrettably suspending our customer service visits, other than for emergency
We wish you good health.