REJUVENATE – REGENERATE – REPAIR – RENEW
Our overall aim is to contribute to the development of a strong, sustainable, and socially inclusive economy in Redruth that will benefit our communities and our businesses.
We believe the future of town centres depends on providing a mix of goods, services and experiences that will bring people back into our towns – we can provide unique, characterful, vibrant, and exciting places where people want to shop, relax, eat, drink, socialise and work.
Initially we identified the dilapidated Buttermarket complex as a key site in Redruth through which we could achieve this ambition and so our work began.
2017 – We raised sufficient funds to purchase the freehold of the Buttermarket buildings and Mining Exchange.
2021 – We purchased the Wheal Peevor Purser’s Office.
2023 – We purchased the adjoining Fair Meadow car park and dilapidated building.
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