Two years' ago, Will to Win, the sports facilities operator in Lammas Park and Lammas Enclosure, applied for permission to build two Padel tennis courts with floodlights. They withdrew this application when faced by a massive number of objections (116).
Planning & Development
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64 Clovelly Road - abutting Lammas Park
There are times when we receive notification of planning applications and we think: "how can they possibly justify this?" Well, this is just the latest example.
Will to Win, the Lammas Enclosure tennis operator, with the support of the Council, has submitted a planning application (that is open for comments until 26th February) to build two Padel tennis courts with floodlights in Lammas Enclosure. This follows a vigorously opposed attempt to introduce this facility to part of the area occupied by the croquet lawns in Lammas Park. This is what they propose in Lammas Enclosure (and the floodlights will be another two metres higher):