The proposals also include a hotel, outdoor swimming pool, spa and sports area, pub/cafe, farm shop, gift shop and activity hub.
The developer that wanted to build 3,000 homes on the former Flaxby golf course has now submitted plans for a 400-lodge eco-resort on the site. The Stray Ferret reported in November that Flaxby Park Ltd was considering an eco-resort as an alternative scheme for the...
Vacant buildings at the Old Goods Yard, 2 Hutton Bank, which were previously used by companies such as Millennium Windows and Power Plastics, will be demolished to make way for the homes.
Planning permission to develop the 18-acre site on Boroughbridge Road was granted last year despite objections, with Scriven Parish Council saying the homes would cause ‘saturation’ for Knaresborough.
Planners said the scheme to convert the Victorian guest house on Ripon Road into seven flats would not “contribute to local distinctiveness” and would harm local heritage. Sandra Doherty, who owns the building, is considering appealing.
Councillors gave St Aidan’s the green light to build a floodlit artificial sports pitch yesterday after a show of people power in support of the school. But some are still worried about the impact on house prices.
The Stray Ferret sent the council a Freedom of Information request asking how much it spent on legal fees for the three-day judicial review in London’s High Court against property developer Flaxby Park.
Site work to demolish the home and build 19 homes could last more than a year. North Yorkshire County Council’s housing company was granted permission for the project last month but its proposals are controversial because they don’t include any affordable homes.
Separate plans for motorway service stations along the A1 near Ripon and Kirby Hill, which were rejected by Harrogate Borough Council, will have their appeal cases heard next year.
The Crown Inn pub in Great Ouseburn won the gong at the White Rose Awards in 2011 but plans have been submitted to convert it into a five-bedroom home.
Built in 1900, Windsor Court is one of the most distinctive landmarks in Harrogate. It was the Grand Hotel until it became offices. Now it could be converted to 14 one-bedroom and 80 two-bedroom flats.
North Yorkshire County Council’s housing company, Brierley Homes, has recently been granted planning permission to build 19 homes in Bilton, Harrogate, and another 20 in Pateley Bridge. However, the council has been criticised for its approach to affordable homes.
Harrogate Borough Council has refused a 13-home development in Ripon city centre due to its impact on local heritage. Red Tree Developments wanted to demolish buildings at the site of the former NY Timber yard to build the homes.