Cornwall Live report that Truro City could be set for a return to their home ground in the city after revealing plans to redevelop the ground had reached a standstill.
The National League South team have been playing their home games at Torquay United after being evicted from their home at Treyew Road in Truro.
Treyew Road has planning permission for a retail development which is set to have a Lidl supermarket.
However club chairman Peter Masters told a packed public meeting for supporters that developers Helical Retail were no longer moving ahead with the plans.
Mr Masters told the club’s supporters that Helical was looking to secure someone else to take the project forward but said that if they don’t then the club could return home.
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