18 Oct

York homes looking to get the go-ahead

York homes looking to get the go-ahead

A number of new homes planned to be built near York are to set boost the amount of property for sale in Yorkshire, subject to the proposals receiving planning permission.

Plans have been revealed to build 87 new homes in Selby on farmland although originally only 79 were planned. 

The architects behind the scheme, Thompson Spencer, are quoted by the York Press as saying: "This phase will provide a mix of dwellings, including homes for private sale and as affordable or social housing. The inclusion of areas of play, public open space and cycle and footpath links will encourage social interaction and create communities." 

Developers will have to wait to secure planning permission before potential residents can bid for them but a mixture of homes are set to be included, such as private housing as well as social and affordable homes. 

The plans include a number of facilities including sports pitches, shops and a village hill.



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