Plans have been unveiled for a new recording studio in Cornwall.
Farmhouse Media hopes to develop a disused barn near Constantine into a multimedia hub for businesses, which will feature a state-of-the-art live room for artists and choirs, digital video editing suite, voice over booth and photographic facilities.
“This is a great project and one that has taken ten years to bring into fruition,” said MD Jamie Reed.
“The frustrating thing is we are not open yet. We have already had a number of enquiries and two bookings have already been confirmed for November. According to figures from the South West Regional Development Agency, the media sector in Cornwall has grown dramatically over the last decade and is predicted to keep on growing.
“But our aim at Farmhouse is to offer a complete media solution for business, bands, choirs, the media industry and the general public.”
A former piggery, the building project has been designed by the Falmouth-based Architect Richard Tosic.
The plans are due to be submitted to Cornwall Council in the coming weeks.