The proposal to build an Adventure Golf course on the putting green at Mill Meadows was discussed at this week’s Full Council meeting.
At the Recreations and Amenities Committee in January, the Councillors recommended to earmark up £250K for this project.
Henley Town Council Clerk, Sheridan Jacklin-Edward said, “The business case is still being put together and we exploring various operating models for the adventure golf and other potential uses for the site. The business case will be brought back to the Full Council on 27 April, along with detailed designs and final costings. This will enable the Council to make an informed decision as to whether they wish to investigate it further.”
If the Full Council agree with the business case, there will be a period of public consultation, where the community will be invited to view the proposals, give their views, and suggest changes.
The Council will then have to opportunity to review the feedback and make any adjustments before deciding if they want to give final approval to the scheme.
Councillor Will Hamilton suggested that this summer the area should be opened and used for a town lawn for families to enjoy.