Formby Hall locks in planning permission for ‘world-class’ transformation


Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa has been granted planning permission to go ahead with an extensive expansion project.

The plans, submitted earlier this year, have been developed with the aim to transform the site into a ‘world-class destination’ through the multi million pound development.

The approval will see the construction of a new two-storey golf clubhouse, event space with capacity for 300 guests, extended bar and restaurant facilities, a new reception building, re-configured health club and an extensive spa, including four lakeside eco-lodges.

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In addition, there will also be a new two-storey extension with 43 new bedrooms, plus a further 20 rooms as part of the conversion of the current spa and leisure building.

The spa will comprise 12 treatment rooms, several relaxation areas, an extensive suite of thermal experiences, indoor and outdoor vitality pools and hot tubs, internal and alfresco dining on an extensive external terrace.

Director of CS Hotel Solutions, Christopher King, commented, “It has been great to have the support of Sefton Council in approving our plans, and we are grateful that they have been able to share our vision and ambitions for the Resort. We are confident that these redevelopment plans will not only reposition the Resort as a world-class destination, it will also further enhance the region’s attractions to tourism, which already boasts some of the best golf courses in the world including Open venues, as well an outstanding coastline and of course the major draw of Liverpool itself.”

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