Carnoustie Links club house extension secures approval
August 5 2016club house extension despite concerns that the development could undermine existing bars and restaurants in the town.
The decision by Angus councillors clears the way for work to begin on a revised iteration of the scheme, which has been reduced in scale from 1,665 to 1,469sq/m together with the addition of new simulator.
Utilising a base course of random pattern stone reclaimed from existing buildings and dressed stone the extension will sit under a slate roof to harmonise with the existing hotel with extensive views across the course.
In their design statement Wellwood Leslie Architects wrote: “The extension of the Golf Centre maximises natural daylight with orientation towards the Links course for the first floor bar and terrace.
“The atrium space has been retained and strengthened to make it a more important feature within the remodeled facility. All services are visible from the point of arrival both improving the experience of arrival and wayfinding.”
A first floor walkway will also be installed around this atrium to further improve access and also showcase the club’s history and heritage.
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