Application submitted for 13 houses in Scorton

The location of the proposed housing in Scorton.

A planning application has been submitted for 13 new homes in Scorton.

The outline application, sent to Richmondshire District Council for approval, would give permission in principle for the development on land to the north of Hospital Road.

A mix of two, three and four bedroom homes are proposed, with five classified as ‘affordable’.

The land earmarked for the development is currently unused, the applicants say.

Documents submitted with the application state: “The application provides an opportunity to develop an unused area of the village of Scorton, which is a popular and sustainable settlement with access to local amenities including a village
store and post office, doctors’ surgery, pubs, the White Heifer and Farmers Arms.”

For more details on the application, click here.

1 Comment

  1. Another development in this little village with an ignored Brownfield site .
    Rishi Sunak had to force the council to admit the brownfield existed. As RDC Refused permission on the brownfield on technical details which which was a gross ignorance from what our solicitor says.
    And now the brownfield still sits in waiting?? And now RDC have removed it from the SHLAA .
    So as Rishi speaks at COP 26 . Who actually is in favour for Brownfield first to protect the environment??

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