Treveth’s first newbuild scheme, the 46-home Maudlin Farm site, in Liskeard, signalled the start of a housebuilding programme that will have sustainability at its heart for years to come and over the next three years will deliver over 600 high quality homes to rent or buy in communities across Cornwall.
The average Treveth development currently provides up to 50% of the homes for private rent, on secure three-year tenancies as standard, the local plan allocation percentage of affordable homes and the balance for market sale.
Upcoming projects include sites at Bodmin, Newquay, Launceston and Tolgus near Redruth, with more to follow as Treveth looks to create a long-term, sustainable pipeline of activity county-wide.
As well as new-build, Treveth is assembling a significant portfolio including acquiring two completed Cornwall Council new-build schemes, at Tolvaddon and Bodmin, comprising 72 homes, and a 28-apartment private rental scheme, Tregover, in Newquay.
Treveth is always looking for residential and commercial development opportunities in Cornwall that fit its values and objectives.