The Orchards Golf Course, Brinkley, submits second planning application to Newark and Sherwood District Council
A second planning application has been launched to create a play and stay service at a golf club.
The Orchards Golf Course, Brinkley, has submitted a planning application to Newark and Sherwood District Council to change the use of part of the course to make room for 26 holiday lodges, a reception lodge with parking, circulation roads and gas storage.
A previous application in June 2019 wanted 35 timber-style lodges.
Mr Brian Beddows, environmental health officer at the district council, said construction conditions would be required should it be given the green light.
Mr Beddow also said the development would not be able to start until a construction method statement was submitted to the Local Planning Authority.
The statement, by the applicants, would need to include details on the parking of vehicles on site, measures to control the emission of dust and dirt during construction, measures for the protection of the natural environment and measures to limit noise emissions and vibration levels from the site.
The applicant would also need to apply for a caravan site licence should they receive consent.
It was hoped the application would not only extend the usual tourism season, but also create new jobs and increase spending in Southwell and surrounding areas.