Mid-Suffolk DC has granted reserved matters approval for the mammoth SnOasis project, first consented in outline in 2008. The project would see a £500m investment in a winter sports venue in Suffolk, including the world’s largest indoor real-snow slope, and a holiday park with a full range of winter sports facilities.
The reserved matters process involved an extensive suite of further conditions, and is an example of the flexibility of the outline consent procedure. Further design and technical work will now follow.
Rupert Warren QC has advised on the SnOasis project since its inception nearly 15 years ago, and led the team which secured outline permission for the project. In relation to the reserved matters approval, he worked with Peter Twemlow and Chris Goddard of DP9.