A former Ripon pub is to be converted into apartments.
The proposals, submitted by Leeds-based NRG Homes (Yorkshire) Ltd, will see the former Ship Inn, in Bondgate, converted into five apartments with car parking.
The plan will also see a further five homes built next to the former public house.
Harrogate Borough Council has given the go-ahead for the development.
As part of the proposal, five two-bed apartments, two three-bed houses and two two-bedroom homes will be built.
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Fourteen car parking spaces will also be provided.
The developer said in documents submitted to the council that the new homes will help to benefit “local enterprises in Ripon”.
“The site is now better suited for residential use, which help bring a more appropriate residential feel for the community, limited to scale and type which does not cause nuisance.
“The provision of new residents will potentially have some benefit to local enterprises and will add to and consolidate the general activity of Ripon.”