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CPRENorthYorkshire have now commented on the latest in a long list of Local Plan, Management consultation and added their views to the latest Yorkshire Dales Management Plan Consultation for the period 2019-24

CPRENorthYorkshire have responded to the recent consultation in Richmondshire relating to the Spennithorne Conservation Area appraisal.

We are delighted to welcome a Beth Davies of 1 Vogage Limited to our bank of planning professionals - Beth specialises in conservation and was suitably qualified to reseach this project.

It's small yes but it's another one in a conservation area in Craven where once again we have checked the file, looked at the full history and found that the balance is tipped - the harm far outweighs any perceived benefits.  

Open countryside, out with development limits, heritage assets, foot paths ... heard it all before?

Local residents have contacted CPRENorthYorkshire regularly regarding Carleton, we have to listen to them as they keep coming back.  They report that there's also the outstanding issue of the application at Grundy Farm where a developer is trying to gain approval on a site within conservation area yet the same developer owns brownfield land in the same village with approved permission for 20+ housing.  Apparently the developer will not provide the 24 homes outside the conservation area on brownfield land if the council approve the four executive homes in the conservation area.... can this really be true?

http://www.cprenorthyorkshire.co.uk/news/current-news2/item/2459-you-can-take-a-horse-to-water-but-you-simply-cannot-make-it-drink-or-you-can-grant-all-the-planning-permissions-you-like-but-right-now-you-cannot-make-developers-build

Sunday, 01 April 2018 09:00

Kirby Hill Harrogate again....

In November 2017 CPRENorthYorkshire objected to the principle of development regarding an application at Kirby Hill in the Harrogate area.  As seems to be the trend, the developer has come back with an outline application reducing the number of houses - we objected to the principle of developing this land! 80, 50, 30 makes no difference on this site, outside development limits and in an area where:

CPRENorthYorkshire has now responded to the City of York's latest phase of the Local Plan - in this case the Regulation 19 Consultation

CPRENorthYorkshire was asked to respond to the Inspectors further questions in relation to hydrocarbons and the North Yorkshire County Council Minerals & Waste Joint Plant.

We commissioned KVA Planning of Helmsley to research and prepare our comments.  This piece of work is a MUST read if you care about the environment and in particular North Yorkshire's outstanding environment.

 

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