Plans have been drawn up to develop a 31-bedroom boutique hotel as part of the wider transformation of Allerton Manor golf course in Liverpool.
Plans submitted to the city council incorporate details of the restoration and conversion of the Grade II-listed Allerton Manor, which is at risk due to its "seriously dilapidated" state, into a hotel with a spa and function space. There are also plans to reconfigure Allerton Manor's 12 and nine-hole courses to create an improved 72-par championship course, as well as build a golf pavilion, club house, and family-friendly adventure golf course.
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.
"We are proposing to complete the restoration of Allerton Manor's derelict but listed buildings and create a golf and family leisure destination with a unique sense of place."
The proposal from Green Circle intends to "respect and cherish the site's ecology, enrich bio-diversity, create new habitats and safeguard the site's landscape value for future generations".
Feedback from neighbours, stakeholders and the golf course's users are invited to provide feedback on the plans following a public open day on Saturday 3 August, from 11am until 4pm, at Allerton Manor Golf Club.