Allerton Manor transformation to include boutique hotel

Eloise Hanson By Eloise Hanson
02 August 2019 | Updated 02 August 2019

UK: A 31-bedroom hotel has been proposed by Green Circle as part of the wider transformation of Allerton Manor golf course in Liverpool.

Plans to convert the Grade-II listed manor into a hotel with a spa and function space have been submitted by Green Circle, the golf operating partner of Liverpool City Council.

The property is currently at risk due to its "seriously dilapidated" state, whereby Green Circle said its £15 million vision of the estate will create a "premier public golf destination" for the region.

Craig Coley, operation manager at Green Circle, said: "We want to create a family leisure destination that offers more than an enjoyable and affordable game of golf. The leisure sector is enormously competitive, so expanding our offer to provide excellent food and hospitality is an absolute must."

The intention is to "respect and cherish the site's ecology, enrich biodiversity, create new habitats, and safeguard the site's landscape value for future generations."

The proposal from Green Circle also lists improvements to the 12 and nine-hole golf course, turning it into a 72-par championship course, as well as build a golf pavilion, club house, and family-friendly adventure golf course.

Allerton Manor Golf Club will host a public open day on Saturday 3 August to invite feedback from neighbours, stakeholders, and the golf course's users.

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