Plans for new holiday development

Redundant farm buildings near Sheringham feature in plans for a small holiday development by a company well-known for its environmentally-friendly tourist accommodation in north Norfolk.

Redundant farm buildings near Sheringham feature in plans for a small holiday development by a company well-known for its environmentally-friendly tourist accommodation in north Norfolk.

Blue Sky Leisure, which runs the award-winning Kelling Heath and Woodhill parks at Weybourne and East Runton, is drawing up a scheme for Hall Farm, behind Beeston Hall School, at Beeston Regis.

It involves nine holiday units, a bunk barn and stabling in a mix of converted farm buildings and traditional-style new build.

Company director Michael Timewell said: 'We were looking for another opportunity in the north Norfolk area and this came up. It will be small select development we feel is right for the area.'


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The bunk barn was aimed at walkers and cyclists enjoying the local countryside. The venture would create a handful of year-round jobs too.

On Friday local people can find out more about the plans at a pre-application exhibition being staged at the school from 2-8pm.

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