A brand new courtyard at Nansledan in Newquay containing commercial space including children’s nursery, offices, retail spaces and upcoming café/restaurant and yoga studio, has recently been completed, and was officially opened by His Majesty King Charles III.
The courtyard is called Kew an Lergh (Cornish for “Way Close”) and is a new, leafy square and local centre just off Nansledan’s primary street, Stret Myghtern Arthur (Cornish for “King Arthur Street”). Three sides of the square are enclosed by an office building, children’s nursery, and crowned by an office/retail building with an upcoming café and yoga studio tenant. The buildings are designed in homage to the Voysey Arts and Crafts style by ALA Architects and ADAM Architecture. The fourth side of the square is aligned to a newly landscaped route along an existing hedgerow, providing safe pedestrian connections to the rest of Nansledan.