An application has been submitted for a development at a holiday park on the outskirts of Salisbury.
The New Forest National Park Authority (NFPA) has received an application to build 174 holiday lodges at Green Hill Farm in Landford.
The application is for the use of the land for the siting of 174 holiday lodges (static caravans), which includes the existing 60 holiday lodges on site and 114 in place of the 130 existing touring and camping pitches.
This is as well as 16 glamping units consisting of eight safari tents, four glamping pods and four shepherd huts.
The plans also include a central amenities building, greenhouse, two tipis, a play village, two classroom buildings, cycle hire, fishing hut, petting area, trim trail, pond and extension of existing lake.
Operational developments would include the laying of bases, access roads, parking spaces, paths, as well as recreational areas, including re-wilding project, and landscaping.
To make a comment, visit the New Forest Planning website, with the application reference: 21/00928.
The deadline to comment is Tuesday, December 7.
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