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The future of Newbold Comyn

Following the closure of the golf course at the end of 2017, we have been working closely with residents, stakeholders and The Sport, Leisure and Culture Consultancy (SLC) to consider potential options for the future of Newbold Comyn.

Through two surveys with over 6,500 responses, along with consultations with stakeholders and local councillors, we have now developed a draft masterplan that shows the proposed mix of sport and physical activity facilities at Newbold Comyn.

Have your say

This is your opportunity to shape the final masterplan and the future of Newbold Comyn. We want to know what you think about the draft masterplan, and the proposed mix of facilities. Would you use them? If you wouldn't do you support their inclusion in the masterplan?

We have broken down the masterplan in to five sections, enabling you to see where the facilities will be located individually, and as a whole.

We would advise you to review each section below before completing the survey.

This survey will close on 30 June 2020.

Complete the survey

To request a paper version of the masterplan documentation and survey if you know someone that does not have access to complete the survey online, please call Debbie Cole, Project Officer on 01926 456205 (Tuesday – Friday, 9am to 5pm) or email debbie.cole@warwickdc.gov.uk  

Birds eye view of a football pitch
Kid on high ropes walking amongst the trees
Wildflowers against a blue sky
Brown visitor information sign against a blue sky
Public footpath sign on a wooden post
Satellite view of Newbold Comyn outlined

Next steps

The results of this consultation will be reviewed before the final format of the Masterplan is agreed. The Council also need to review the funding for each facility as this will impact the delivery timetable of the Masterplan. 

This work will place over the coming months before the final report and Masterplan are brought back to Executive later this year. The Masterplan will provide a long term vision for Newbold Comyn which will generate opportunities for new facilities and each element will be subject to its own delivery programme.