Holiday park asks permission to build cedar lodges

Holiday park asks permission to build cedar lodges

Published by Maria Greenwood at 9:02am 3rd March 2020.

Cedar holiday lodges could be built on 14 pitches set aside for Safari tents at the Waterside holiday park at Bowleaze Cove.

Dorset Council is being asked to agree the change from the original consent for the former touring field. 

The holiday company say by using the lodges it would be able to offer year-round accommodation on the site.

The company was given permission for 28 safari tents in May 2014, 12 of which are in use with each having ensuite bathrooms and kitchens.

The company says it would use cedar lodges similar to those at its Osmington Mills Park.

By Trevor Bevins, Local Democracy Reporter