Set amongst 300 acres of mature woodland and rare open heathland in an area of outstanding natural beauty and perfectly positioned close to the stunning North Norfolk coastline at Weybourne, the park is renowned for its ecological and natural environmental credentials. The miles of woodland and heathland trails, ideal for extensive walking and cycling and an abundance of wildlife, including captive red squirrels, part of a breeding programme, bats and the Silver-Studded Blue Butterfly make it a superb holiday destination to relax and unwind. Recognising the significant role our staff and back-of-house operations play in delivering quality services to our holiday homeowners and guests and asking our staff what would aid them best in delivering this, the project will see a significant investment in a new Estates building for our Housekeeping, Maintenance and Countryside teams. This will include a new Staff Welfare Hub, offices and a purpose-built staff training room, dedicated housekeeping store, maintenance store and enhancements to the maintenance yard. Reducing the impact on its surroundings is something the entire Kelling Heath team is committed to, carbon reduction measures such as the installation of electric vehicle storage and charging stations and solar panels for renewable energy have been integrated into the design.