Future planned development at Wickwoods

Future Plans & Investment:

Over the next few years, Wickwoods will be undergoing a significant and exciting transformation through an ongoing multi-million-pound investment. Alongside the development already commencing (as outlined in this newsletter), there are further plans for an extension to the indoor pool and spa, plus improvements to the building’s façade.

A Greener Wickwoods

We are committed to limiting the environmental impact of operating Wickwoods. The following are some of the changes we have already implemented to help make Wickwoods greener: LED lighting throughout, electric car charging points, removal of single-use plastics and the introduction of sugarcane workout bottles. Looking ahead, we will see the introduction of air source heat pumps as the primary heat source for The Spa Garden, and converting to Bio LPG as our main source of heating (Bio LPG is the cleanest, most effective gas available and is derived from waste residues and sustainably-sourced materials). Our continued investment into the club’s facilities and general décor will progressively take into account our overall aim to reduce our carbon footprint and environmental impact.



Spa Garden & Outdoor pool

We had hoped to open The Spa Garden in 2019, however due to our National Park status, securing the final consent took longer than anticipated. The Spa Garden is now due to open in mid-spring 2020 and will be an enclosed tranquil garden, including an outdoor pool, hydropool, sauna and loggia with sun-lounger terrace. The following images are for illustrative purposes only.

New Indoor tennis Dome

Late spring will see our new state-of-the-art, permanent dome with retractable sides, replacing the current dome covering two of our eight tennis courts. This, along with court surface upgrades, will provide the club with exceptional year-round tennis facilities.

MD Lee Goossens says “We wanted to find a structure that provides members with the very best of playing environments all year round. Having evaluated many options, the CopriSystems structure was chosen as it allows the sides to be drawn back during the warmer weather, thus providing an improved playing environment for members during the summer, while giving the ultimate indoor/outdoor feel.”


Should you have any questions, observations or concerns about development at Wickwoods then please email Lee Goossens directly at lg@wickwoods.co.uk

Project management of all developments at Wickwoods is undertaken by The Hunter Group. For further information see www.thehuntergroup.co.uk.