Opus North secures planning for 74-home estate in spofforth

in Business/Harrogate

Opus North have secured consent for a new 74-home estate in the village of Spofforth, near , in North Yorkshire.

The Ilkley-based property developer, backed by Palmer Capital has plans to transform a 6.5 acre site. The scheme is being funded by the Palmer Capital Development Fund IV, a programmatic venture with clients of CBRE Global Investment Partners (“CBRE GIP”).

The site consists of two plots to the south of Harrogate Road and is currently accessed via Massey Fold, which serves a newer development consisting of a mixture of converted village farm buildings and new properties.

The site is bound to the east by the River Crimple and the development will consist of several different housing types ranging from one bedroom apartments to five bedroom dwellings. The plans include a requirement of 40% affordable housing.

 

 



 

click on image below for larger version

Opus North have secured planning consent for a new 74-home estate in the village of Spofforth in North Yorkshire.
Opus North have secured planning consent for a new 74-home estate in the village of Spofforth in North Yorkshire.

 

Andrew Duncan, Director at Opus North commented:

We are excited by this scheme as we feel it will greatly help alleviate the stark under supply of housing within the Harrogate district. The proposed scheme incorporates dwellings with varied accommodation and mix of tenures within an attractive landscape setting.

 




Please share the news
  • 14
    Shares

 

Support the Harrogate Informer

The Harrogate Informer is asking our readers to support local independent journalism.

We are editorially independent and publish without bias or influence – there is not a rich investor or shareholders that we answer to.

Good journalism is a valuable part of a community, but we want to do more.

Good journalism is about meeting people and covering a story. Our aim is to offer a wide range of news items and present them in an interesting way for all ages.

We are asking our readers to make a small donation, either as a one-off donation or a regular donation each month. Support can be from as little as £1

All contributions are appreciated, whether big or small. It enables us to expand the work that we are already doing.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

*

Latest from Business

Go to Top