18 lodges set to be built at former holiday camp

Mundesley holiday camp pavilion pictured with some of its first holidaymakers practising their golf

Mundesley holiday camp pavilion pictured with some of its first holidaymakers practising their golf skills in 1934. Picture: Archant - Credit: Archant

The next stage in the revitalisation of a north Norfolk holiday camp has moved closer, after new plans were unveiled.

The North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) offices in Cromer.Picture: ANTONY KELLY

The North Norfolk District Council (NNDC) offices in Cromer.Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

The former Mundesley Holiday Camp is being turned into a holiday village.

Plans have now been lodged with North Norfolk District Council to demolish the cafeteria, kitchens, entertainment area and administrative offices at the former site.

And to replace them with 18 holiday lodges, with associated access, services, veranda, car parking spaces and car park.

A statement submitted with the application for the Paston Road site said: "A new chapter in the history of the site started a few years ago with the transformation of the former holiday camp into a self-catering holiday village. The site has been purchased by Mr T Hay whose vision is to bring a new business model to the site which will transform it from a traditional all-inclusive holiday camp to a modern self-catering holiday village."


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