Holiday camp gets unanimous go ahead

Work to demolish the existing buildings will start in September and the development should be complete by April 2017, creating 30 full and part time jobs.

atherfield holiday camp

The Isle of Wight council (IWC) planning committee unanimously approved an application to redevelop the former Atherfield Holiday Camp.

Planning officers recommended conditional approval for the application, which will see 63 holiday cottages built by April 2017.

At least 30 full and part time jobs are expected to be created.

The application was revised version of a previous plan which had been refused by the IWC Planning Committee as well as having an appeal rejected by the Planning Inspectorate.

Demolition of the current buildings is set to commence in September


Image: © Google Streetview

Monday, 11th July, 2016 11:39am



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Steephill Jack

Strange that the map shows Waterloo Station !

Richard W

That will be the clause IWC have built in re land erosion!


the picture is of the entrance to the campsite next door which I am sure is not the subject of the planning app