The ‘radical’ design for the £100,000 phase two of Newquay’s concrete skatepark has been unveiled. 

Newquay Town Council, which owns Concrete Waves at Trenance, is building the extension to make the facility more accessible. 

The new section has been designed for younger, older, and less experienced skaters and will provide much needed extra space.  

Plans showing how the new scheme will fit in (Newquay Town Council/Maverick Skateparks)

Maverick Industries, the original designers and builders of Concrete Waves, is due to start construction work in January 2024. 

The company has included various features such as quarterpipe extensions, ledges, a rail and an acoustic wall which is needed to keep the noise to a minimum. 

The nursey part of the skatepark has been jointly funded by Cornwall Council’s Community Infrastructure levy, Newquay Town Council and the Boardmasters Foundation. 

The dimensions for phase two (Newquay Town Council/Maverick Skateparks)

Read more about the project in next week's Newquay Voice.