Theand Club submitted a that included the demolition and reconstruction of two toilet blocks, additional pitches, and a new play area. There is also a new site manager accommodation unit on the site at Lime Tree Avenue in Clumber Park, a report said.
Bassetlaw District Council received theon July 12, and a decision is expected by September 8.
The National Trust has received a letter opposing the.
The letter stated that theClub site is an established feature within Clumber Park since several decades.
While there have been discussions about improving the site in the past, the Clumber Park’s Estate Manager or General Manager regarding this current proposal.at the Club is yet to engage with
Unfortunately, even though it looks like National Trust’s Head Office was notified, the local team only recently became aware of this. National Trust will need to review these further in order to have a discussion with our Tenant.
“In the interim, we recommend that the processing of this application be suspended or withdrawn until an agreement is reached between Tenant and Landlord. There is a possibility that the National Trust will rejectapproved by Council or vice versa.,” the letter read.
Clumber Park is a part of the former Sherwood Forest.