COMMON USE CLASS: Sui_generis_1
The land occupies a prominent position alongside the A3074 which is one of the main routes into St Ives. Carbis Bay has a significant permanent residential population with the town of St Ives in the immediate catchment area having a population of 12,436 people. St Ives has a flourishing economy due to its long established tourism trade based on its sandy beaches, mild climate, famous Tate of the West Gallery and its Cornish fishing village. The land is 1.8 miles from St Ives train station, with links to London Paddington and 37 miles from Newquay Airport, with links to London Heathrow.
The site area is approximately: 0.59 acre (0.23 hectares) 2,374.76 sq. m (25,561.7 sq. ft) The area is relatively flat and overgrown in places. It has two entrances, one off A3074 and another off Church Lane adjacent to the site.
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