Young people in South East Cornwall are protesting tonight over a lack of affordable housing in their towns and villages.
Up to 80% of properties in coastal areas are second homes, pushing the average house price to half a million pounds.
Many people want to live in the area they grew up but a chronic shortage of housing means this is not always an option.
The South West is the second-home capital of England and Wales, with the highest proportions of holiday properties per head of population.
There are plans to find a solution, in Cawsand a community project is underway to convert a derelict pub into affordable housing.
The man leading the project, Simon Ryan, says "there needs to be a shift in the way people perceive rented housing.
"It's a new programme, Cornwall homes, which is the council recognising the problem and starting to work on it".