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It was also announced that 50% of shop units had been leased to High Street stores, with New Look, Peacocks, Bonmarché and Wilko opening new stores.
This would mean New Look relocating from its current premises in Fore Street and the return of Peacocks to St Austell following the demolition of its old store to make way for the new development. In December 2008, the new White River Cinema opened its doors for the first time: the cinema is technically advanced and the first purpose-built cinema in Cornwall for over 60 years.
This, along with other factors, led to St Austell becoming one of the ten most important commercial centres of Cornwall.
Work began in 1963 on the pedestrian precinct which included shops, offices and flats: the design was by Alister Mac Donald & Partners and the materials reinforced concrete with some stone facing.
St Austell is home to several public houses, numerous high street retailers, and several independent shops, many of which cater for tourists.
The town has a small museum which is situated in the Market House.
Before 2010 it was in the Truro and St Austell seat.
The main local authority is Cornwall Council, the unitary authority created as part of the 2009 structural changes to local government in England .
Austelles is nothing notable but the paroch chirch".St Austell Brewery's first public house,'The Seven Stars Inn' purchased in 1863, still stands today on East Hill in the town.Tregonissey House, the site of the company's first steam Brewery, built in 1870, can also be seen in Market Hill.Two branch lines west of the town were later opened to serve the china clay industry; the Newquay and Cornwall Junction Railway which is still partly open, and the short-lived Trenance Valley line.The independent narrow gauge Pentewan Railway ran from West Hill to the coast at Pentewan.
The six former Districts and the former Cornwall County Council were abolished and replaced by Cornwall Council on 1 April 2009.