Plan for homes at former highways depot in Old Malton is withdrawn

Gazette & Herald: Plan for homes at former depot is withdrawn Plan for homes at former depot is withdrawn

PLANS to build 18 new homes on the site of a former council depot in Ryedale have been withdrawn.

North Yorkshire County Council and the Fitzwilliam Trust Corporation submitted proposals to Ryedale District Council to redevelop the disused highways depot and the neighbouring Coronation Farm Yard in Old Malton, but the application has now been put on hold.

The two organisations signed an agreement which would see them sell the land to a housebuilder if outline planning permission is granted.

The buyer would draw up a more detailed scheme for the Westgate Lane site further down the line.

The proposals may be resubmitted, with the applicants saying two traditional farm buildings would become one four-bedroom and one five-bedroom house, with the other homes having either two or three bedrooms.

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1:05pm Fri 3 Jan 14

Roger S says...

Maybe Fitzwilliam are beefing up their case for the new cattlemarket and associated 300 or so homes or whatever the figure is and hanging on to this. Imagine that will be a better deal and keep the wolves from their few thousand doors.
Maybe Fitzwilliam are beefing up their case for the new cattlemarket and associated 300 or so homes or whatever the figure is and hanging on to this. Imagine that will be a better deal and keep the wolves from their few thousand doors. Roger S

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