ISS Lifestyle will begin construction of a brand new 18-hole woodland themed adventure golf course at Hotham Park later this month.
The course which is set to open later this year will include a picnic area and new site kiosk and will replace the existing putting & crazy golf facilities.
ISS Lifestyle also hopes to increase the size of the Hotham Park’s main car park to help accommodate extra visitors to the park. Hotham’s current crazy golf & putting facilities will close for the duration of the building works.
Since winning the Council’s Greenspace contract in 2016 ISS have invested heavily in the outdoor recreation facilities across the Arun district, including re-opening of West Park Café in Bognor and a major refurbishment of the Buccaneer Bay Adventure Golf course at Norfolk Gardens in Littlehampton.
The refurbishment of Buccaneer Bay Adventure Golf was completed by Swindon based specialist construction firm Hush Minoan Partnership who will also undertake the full construction of the new course at Hotham Park.
The Hush Minoan Partnership has an extensive experience of delivering retail, leisure & commercial mini and adventure golf projects across a range of size and complexity and will work closely with ISS & Arun District Council throughout the construction process.
The woodland theme was carefully chosen to remain in keeping with the rest of the park, following consultations with both Arun District Council and Hotham Park Heritage Trust.
Justin Simpson, Manager, ISS Lifestyle said “
“It’s an exciting time for everyone here at ISS, we have been working on the plans since we won the Greenspace Contract and we are delighted that work can now finally begin.”
“ISS and Arun have worked in partnership for over 20 years and these new plans for the adventure golf course highlight ISS’ firm commitment to improve the facilities across the district for years to come.”
Councillor Paul Wotherspoon, Arun District Council’s Cabinet Member for Neighbourhood Services, said: “I am looking forward to the opening of this fabulous new facility in Hotham Park which will be a great attraction for both our residents and visitors to enjoy.”