Homes England has tabled formal plans for 480 homes on Bluecoat Wood in Harrogate. The move comes as the government housing agency bought the site last year.
Homes England has submitted formal plans for 480 homes at Bluecoat Wood opposite Cardale Park. The government housing agency bought the site on Otley Road last year after a previous scheme stalled. The plans follow a public consultation which was held in December...
The proposals for Darley Mill include the conversion of nine homes and the construction of 11 new properties at the Grade-II listed site.
Kingsley Ward Action Group disputed a developer’s claims about the impact of 133 new homes on badgers and their setts, which are protected by law.
It has been a volatile decade in Hong Kong with protests, the jailing of opposition politicians and the closure of media outlets. An increasing number
North Yorkshire County Council says the layout of a proposed 53-home development in Knox Lane is ‘not acceptable’ and the plan should be refused unless the developer agrees to pay to widen the road.
The National Reserve Club on East Parade, which had been registered as a working men’s club since 1913, never reopened after the first covid lockdown two years ago.
Countryside Properties has earmarked the former Trelleborg factory on Halfpenny Lane for the houses. Knaresborough Town Council and Network Rail have raised concerns about the scheme.
A restaurant and shop operated at the mill until 2016. There are now plans to convert the site into 20 homes, retaining the distinctive water wheel.
Harrogate Borough Council approves plans for Alexa House on Ripon Road to be converted into a home. Previous plans for conversion had been rejected.
Plans are approved to create five flats above the former Advantage Sports shop on Harrogate’s Oxford Street. The ground floor will be retained as a retail unit.
A developer has appealed a decision to refuse a plan to redevelop a retail unit on Harrogate’s James Street to create three flats.
Demolition work has started on the Dunlopillo office block in Pannal which represents the end of the historic building. Not many are sad to see it go but some are concerned about what will replace it.