Further towns and villages in Cornwall are following St Ives - by looking to ban second homes.
Last month residents in St Ives overwhelmingly voted in a referendum to support the ban on anyone who is not a 'primary resident' in the town being able to buy a new-build property.
The result of the referendum is now being studied nationwide, as the outcome could have implications for holiday areas across Britain.
And among the first to declare an interest in a similar policy is Mevagissey and Fowey - two areas of Cornwall with a high proportion of holiday homes.
About a quarter of properties in Mevagissey and a third of homes in Fowey are currently used for this purpose.
Now, the parish council in Mevagissey has included the same provision as St Ives in its draft neighbourhood development plan - to require all new-build, open-market properties to be 'primary residences'.
Once the draft plans have been accepted by the local councils, it will go to Cornwall Council and an independent inspector before being put out to referendum, which Mevagissey Parish Council hopes will be before the end of the year.
Neighbourhood plans for towns and parishes will eventually be included in Cornwall Council's Local Development Plan and will then be statutory documents that have to be considered when decisions are being made on planning applications for the area.
Cornwall Council is currently defending a judicial review of its decision to allow the referendum in St Ives, which saw more than 80 per cent of local residents vote in favour of the ban.