Plans have been submitted to Gedling Council for a new secure dog walking field at Papplewick, Nottinghamshire.
The plans, submitted by Benjamin Cundy, are for an area of land off Blidworth Waye, which currently have an agricultural use.
The proposals are for an acre of land, surrounded by two-metre-high secure fencing, with car parking provision.
Users would be able to book one-hour slots to exercise up to four dogs at a time, seven days a week between 6am and 8pm in the summer and 6am and 5pm in the winter.
In addition, the planning documents say the development would not result in the loss of any existing hedgerows or trees and there would be no floodlighting associated with the proposal.