Aria Resorts continues to invest across the Isle of Wight to upgrade facilities as part of £30 million programme

Relocation package offered to existing residents at St Helens Holiday Park

Aria Resorts, a leading owner of UK holiday resorts and retreats, has begun its development programme at St. Helens Holiday Park on the Isle of Wight, as part of a £30million investment plan expected to create 150 jobs.

The programme involves developing new facilities and improving existing ones at St. Helens Holiday Park, Rookley Country Park and The Bay at Colwell, including creating new lodges and places to eat.

As a result, existing residents at St. Helens are now being offered a relocation package to help them move elsewhere on the island before 31st December 2018. The package includes an option to upgrade to a holiday home at Rookley Park with a minimum 20-year lease; a transitional funding package to assist with transporting units to another site as well as an option to sell units.

The improvements planned include upgrading the quality of accommodation and facilities, a welcome area, a bistro, family entertainment and other activities. 

The changes now underway will ensure the highest standards are met at St. Helens, including improvements in holiday home licences and new health and safety requirements.

Les Robertson, Head of Commercial Operations, Aria Resorts, commented: “We are committed to fully supporting residents at St. Helens and ensuring that we create one of the most modern and responsible holiday operations on the Isle of Wight. We are focused on improving facilities across the island so that it becomes an even more attractive destination for holidaymakers wanting to enjoy the beauty of the region.”