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The homes will be built off Otley Road, just before the junction with the A59 Skipton Road, outside the centre of the village.
Knaresborough Community Land Trust applied to build the homes on the high street in response to concerns that high property prices are making the town too expensive for many local people.
Becky Lomas, an agent for Taylor Wimpey, told a planning meeting the uplift would allow for more smaller family homes. Goldsborough and Flaxby Parish Council objected to the ‘excessive and inappropriate’ number of homes.
The hoardings have come down from the site earmarked for housing on Allhallowgate and it is now springing back to life with a green makeover.
The Windmill Farm development would be the largest new housing scheme in Harrogate for years, dwarfing the nearby village of Beckwithshaw, which has a population of 400.
An office block on Cambridge Road in Harrogate town centre is to be converted into apartments. Harrogate Borough Council has given permission for the plan to go ahead.
Harrogate Borough Council’s planning committee is likely to approve the addition of 23 homes to the Manse Farm scheme off the A59.
Dr Bannatyne and Partners, which was based at Winksey Cottage in Hampsthwaite closed in March. Now, plans have been tabled to convert the building into a house.
Otley-based developer Quattro Property Group has submitted plans to demolish the 1961 office block and replace it with 48 one-and two-bedroom apartments.
Homes England wants to build 560 homes on the site off Otley Road, which has sparked fears about the impact on traffic as well as the landscape.
Nidderdale Community Welcome, a community group set up to sponsor a refugee family in Nidderdale, has found a house and raised more than £12,000 towards the initiative.