Yes indeed, it is good news. This time around though I doubt there will be a visitor centre with guided tours. These ended some time ago and were not cheap with not much content of interest either. All the 'good stuff' was out of bounds to the public because of the very high voltages involved around the working dishes.
We 1970's adult college students visited Goonhilly three times as part of our coursework, so we observed and learnt quite a lot about the station's operations. On the last visit we actually got to stand inside "Arthur" and view its massive transceiving components, followed by an indepth tour of its control rooms. TC.