A team of consultants have been appointed by Torbay Council to develop two ‘masterplans’, one for a strategic growth site at Edginswell which forms part of an area known as ‘Torquay Gateway’ and one for Torquay Town Centre. Masterplanning is the key to creating great places.
Torquay Gateway is a northern area of Torquay which includes Shiphay and Willows. The area is well connected; indeed the new South Devon Link Road will bring people directly into this gateway area. The Council’s new Local Plan identifies this area as being suitable to support growth of new housing and jobs in Torquay. The masterplan focuses on a particular area with the Torquay Gateway which has been specifically identified for new homes and employment.
Torquay Town Centre includes the harbour front, the main retail and leisure areas (inc. Fleet Street, Union Street, etc.) and up through to Torre. The masterplan area also includes a subsidiary area of focus to the west – see a map included within the exhibition boards available to download below.
The following link should be cut and pasted into a SEPARATE window on your internet browser.
The link will take you to the Torbay Council masterplans webpage. This page provides information on masterplanning work which is underway in Torbay. At the bottom of the page, under ‘Related Documents’, you are able to download and view the emerging ideas for the Torquay masterplans. Before completing this survey you should view this document, it is entitled – ‘Torquay Masterplan Gateway & Town Centre’. Note that a reference copy of this document can be viewed at Torquay Library, together with hard copies of this questionnaire.