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3:46pm 4th August 2014

Could Indian Queens be home to a stadium for Cornwall?

A new proposal is being put forward by Greenside Real Estate Solutions.

It would be part of a retail and leisure development.

It would be near the waste incinerator being built at St Dennis and also Newquay airport.

The most recent site in the pipeline has been Threemilestone near Truro.

Inox has plans for a 10, 000 seat stadium.

It could become home to Truro City football club and the Cornish Pirates.

Both plans include having a supermarket and retail park.

3:46pm 4th August 2014

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