Glamping pods with en-suites and BBQ hut planned for…

Glamping pods with en-suites and BBQ hut planned for…

Plans have been put forward to build glamping pods with en-suites and a BBQ hut on land that is currently used for agriculture. The site in Clay Cross hasn’t been used since the middle of September 2021 and prior to that was used as grazing land.

Miss Laura Hoggard is asking for permission to turn the area, to the southwest of Holmgate Community Centre on Mill Lane, into a glamping site consisting of six glamping pods, all with en-suite facilities, a barbecue grill hut, sheltered outdoor kitchen area, tipi and ancillary unit. The area would be known as Press Brook Park if permission is given by planners.

Associated car parking spaces would also be built.

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The plans state: “The aim is to promote calm and tranquillity on the site letting the natural beauty of the area come through. We are aiming for tourists who will enjoy our local area and attractions bringing revenue into the local area.

“Cycling and walking in the local area will be promoted with the use of the footpath on the property being promoted and not distracting from it.”

The statement also says the owners will be looking to provide hampers sourced from local businesses to promote locally produced foods. The plans call for the glamping pods to be made of treated log-lap boarding taken from a sustainable source and insulated to current building regulations.

The main access to the site would be through an existing gated entrance from Mill Lane. Car parking on the site would be provided by a newly built parking area consisting of ten spaces, one disabled space and five spaces for cyclists, making a total of 16 parking bays.



The new development would consist of six glamping pods all with ensuite facilities and the ability to sleep at least two people.

It is also proposed that two part-time jobs are created as part of the development.

The planning documents are now being looked over by planners from North East Derbyshire District Council and a final decision isn’t expected until May 30, 2022.

from www.derbytelegraph.co.uk Source link

[2022-04-19 00:36:22

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