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Golf Course Regeneration

At Stockley Environmental Ltd over the past 2 decades we have pioneered the cause of creating fantastic Golf Courses using material that are deemed as surplus to requirements. Every day hundreds of thousand of tonnes of "waste" soils and aggregate are disposed of in the UK alone. Our idea is that these can be put to better use in transforming and improving either current or former Golf Courses and facilities into truly spectacular facilities for its owners and members.

The process is fairly simple in its origin although to be delivered correctly requires an intrinsic understanding of the Golf world which we have through our ownership of 4 Golf related facilities including two of our own courses.

The company and its owners purchased the original farmland in Hertfordshire that the world renowned Centurion Golf Course now sits on and set to transforming it into something truly remarkable before the purchase by its current owners.

Our experienced team can guide you through each step of the process and make something complicated seem easy.

We work with a very small number of carefully selected leading Golf Course Architects to help bring our collaborative visions to life, whether that is a full transformation, the addition of a driving range or a hybrid of the two.

Our team are expertly placed to deliver schemes from inception through to completion with an experienced team of professionals in every aspect from planning, permitting, compliance, construction through to growing in and handover of your new facility.

Our turnkey approach allows us to tailor the perfect approach to any project and ensure that the Golf Club benefits financially as well as having new state of the art facilities.

Stockley Park Golf Club
New Cross Spoil Removal

Benefits

Our collaborative work with partner Golf Courses allows owners and members to make their visions come to life......

Imagine being given the opportunity to work collaboratively with experts in the industry to redesign your course or to fix the bits that just don't quite work, at no cost and in fact will be a course of income.

That seems like a no brainer, right?

Get in contact for a no obligation discussion.

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