‘Hi-tech virtual golf centre’ could come to Plymouth
Offices inside a Grade II* Plymouth building could be turned into a virtual golf centre as architects look for new uses for a space that has been unused for more than three years.
Plymouth architecture and construction consultancy The Bailey Partnership has submitted documents to Plymouth City Council seeking permission to change offices in the Millfields “gated community” into a hi-tech golf centre for client The Caddy Club.
The application, open for comments until June 1, envisages the ground floor space turned into a corporate playground, with food and drink available for indoor golfers.
The plan would see offices and meeting rooms ripped out to make way for five “golf bays”, with a reception area and small bar included too.
Each bay would be equipped with a screen and artificial grass and a Planning, Heritage and Design and Access Statement said: “The application seeks…