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Oneday take over management of Bowring Park

by Gemma Melling

From today (24 March 2022), Oneday will take up their role as Managing Agent for Bowring Park (including the park and the golf course) which includes the day-to-day management of the site as well as driving forward improvement plans.

Oneday have signed a lease, which will in turn enable them to generate significant sums for investment into the site.

Plans for the site include:

  • A new club house and golf course improvements.
  • A new visitor centre and heritage interpretation.
  • Social enterprise development space in the Stables Building.
  • A new play area.
  • New food and beverage offer in the Coach House.
  • Events space and activities.
  • Educational and training facilities.

During the improvement works, Oneday will bring in a range of specialisms to support them, including working with Myerscough College on the education offer and working with a golf partner on plans for the golf course.

The team at Oneday has a wealth of experience in commercial retail, sports and leisure, hospitality services, golf course development and maintenance, community cohesion, and cultural/heritage celebration.

They have experience of working on a range of heritage projects, including Conway Castle and church restoration projects across the country, they have developed regeneration strategies for retail, including working with Liverpool One and the development and operation of a food and drink offer in Liverpool.

Cllr Shelley Powell, Cabinet Member for Communities and Neighbourhoods, said “I’m delighted to welcome Oneday to Knowsley. They have exciting plans for the whole park, bringing improvements not only to the golf course, but also providing an exciting food and drink offer, events programme, a heritage centre along with education and training facilities.

“It really is an exciting time for Bowring Park and I look forward to seeing Oneday’s plans progress over the coming months and years for the benefit of our residents and visitors to the park.”