Over two years later the planning application has now been submitted to the Isle of Wight Council and residents have until 3rd October to have their say about the proposed development at Puckpool.
128 homes and a hotel
If plans for Harcourt Sands – whose owner, Astana Ltd, is registered in St Helier, Jersey – are approved, the 11.40 hectares will say ‘goodbye’ to the derelict holiday camp and ‘hello’ to a 60 bedroomed hotel, as well as 128 residential dwellings with an additional 100 parking spaces, 128 cycle spaces and car pool provision.
Plans for largely two-three storey houses include 20 two bed, 51 three bed and 57 four bed homes.
The boundary for the site can be seen in the aerial image below.
You can make your comments to the Isle of Wight council via their Planning Website.