Newby secures planning approval to expand Springfield Court residential development in Harrogate
Newby secures planning approval to expand Springfield Court residential development in Harrogate
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Newby secures planning approval to expand Springfield Court residential development in Harrogate

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-based North Yorkshire developer, Newby has secured approval from Borough Council to expand its Springfield Court residential development with a further 26 apartments, bringing the total number of homes to 61.

  • A further 26 apartments will be added to the scheme

The conversion and new build development in the heart of Harrogate will deliver 61 bespoke one, two and three bedroom apartments with private in a secure courtyard.

 

 

 

The conversion units are nearing completion and works on the new build homes is due to start on site imminently with a sales office and show home opening this month.

 



 

Springfield Court is located within walking distance of Harrogate’s town centre on the popular Kings Road, an area regarded as one of the best spots in the town with an abundance of first class restaurants, bars and shops nearby.

 

Nick Moody, Director at Newby, said:

The residential market in Harrogate is buoyant and Springfield Court is an ideal site for further expansion with its close proximity to the town centre, so we are extremely pleased to receive planning consent to further develop this exclusive scheme.

Each apartment will be renovated for 21st century living and will be serviced by a range of amenities, including secure parking.

This is our third town centre development in recent years and is undoubtedly one of the largest town centre schemes to delivered in Harrogate for a long time.

 




 

 


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