A developer has lodged plans to create 55 retirement homes and a community hub in Kirk Hammerton.
It would see 55 park homes built, which the developer said would be “sustainable modular retirement bungalows”.
A hub would also be built, which would be open for the community to use for meetings and other activities.
The developer said in documents submitted to the council that scheme would help bring more retirement accommodation to the district, while also being environmentally friendly.
“SageHaus Living are introducing a new concept for eco retirement living to overcome the lack of supply of age appropriate retirement options for the elderly population of Harrogate.
“The development will deliver a retirement lifestyle that is focused on community and independent living whilst being carbon net zero.”
The proposal comes as SageHaus acquired the land, known as Carlton Fields, back in 2021.
In a statement on its website, the company said the nine acre site would help to provide a “peaceful community”.
Simon Westray, managing director of SageHaus Living:
“Our first site exemplifies our business model; a rural but sustainable site that is very well connected (both Harrogate and York are only 10 minutes by rail) where we can provide a peaceful community for our residents.
“We very much look forward to working with Harrogate Council to deliver much needed elderly and truly sustainable accommodation in the district.”
Harrogate Borough Council will make a decision on the plan at a later date.
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