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8.35am 12th November 2010 - Property - This story was updated on Friday, November 12th, 2010

Carmarthenshire County Council is inviting tenders to manage and develop Garnant Park Golf Course which occupies a ‘picture post card’ location overlooking the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park.

Garnant Park Golf Course is an 18 hole municipal course, which was completed in 1997. The course was designed by Roger Jones Golf Associates and constructed to a modern USGA specification, with fully automated Rain Bird irrigation system on all 18 greens.

The course extends over an approximate area of 120 acres and is described as ‘an upland/parkland course’. The clubhouse was opened in 1998 and comprises a restaurant, bar, pro shop, office/living space, showers and changing area.

Carmarthenshire Council wishes to invite suitably experienced and qualified companies or organisations, to submit a tender to manage and develop Garnant Park Golf Course under an initial 25 year Lease and Operating Agreement (with the option to extend 25 years).

Parties who wish to tender will be sent a detailed specification and will be required to complete a tender form and questionnaire, which must be returned by 12 noon on Tuesday 14 December 2010.

To participate in this tender, please follow the instructions below:

This Tender will be available by mail at:

Park Garnant Tender

County Hall

Carmarthen

Carmarthenshire

SA31 1JP

For further information and requests for the specification and tender form please contact: Berian Allcock, Activity and Health Manager, Business Resource Centre, Parc Amanwy, New Road, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire SA18 3EP

Garnant Park Golf Course www.parcgarnantgolf.co.uk

       

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