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North Northallerton

North Northallerton Development Area - Northallerton - North Yorkshire

The North Northallerton Development area is situated principally to the East of Darlington Road and West of Stokesley Road. Planning Consent has been granted for up to 900 alongside a new Primary school, local centre and strategic link road.

  • Overview

    Overview

    Taylor Wimpey has commenced works on a new development of 141 homes off Stokesley Road and Northallerton Road, Northallerton.

    The first part of these works will be the construction of a new roundabout and link road which, when complete, will connect Stokesley Road to Darlington Road on the north-western edge of the town.

    There will be a range of 2 to 5 Bedroom homes on offer across the Development and our Sales Outlet is scheduled to open later this year.

     

    Sales Information

    Please be advised that the first release of house styles, prices and completion dates are not available until the Sales Information Centre is open on site. 

    Please register your interest to be added to our mailing list, details will be emailed once confirmed information is available. 

     

  • About the site

    About the Site

    The North Northallerton Development area is situated principally to the East of Darlington Road and West of Stokesley Road, with two smaller areas to the West of Darlington Road and the East of Stokesley Road, to the North of Thurston Road Industrial Estate, with Northallerton being defined in the Local Development Framework as a Principal Service Centre.

    Northallerton Town Centre lies approximately 2 kilometres to the South of the site and offers a wide range of retail outlets including a large Supermarket and local shops. Northallerton is the principal settlement within the district of Hambleton.
    Allertonshire Secondary School lies to the South of the development site and land will be made available for a new Primary School should this be required over the plan period. Northallerton is home to the Friarage Hospital and a number of Doctors’ Surgeries within the Town Centre.

    Although there are available recreational and leisure facilities already provided for in Northallerton, the North Northallerton consent incorporates a significant area of land to be developed by the Council and local sports groups to establish sports playing pitches and community gardens (allotments).

     

    Masterplan

     

    Planning Context

    The site has been granted Outline consent for up to 900 new homes alongside a strategic Link Road, Neighbourhood Centre, a Primary School and leisure facilities.
    Detailed consent has been issued for the Link Road and a first phase of 291 new homes.

    The development provides the opportunity for an integrated approach to delivering the Council’s requirements for residential and employment land for Hambleton and in particular Northallerton as a principal service centre allowing a comprehensive assessment of all planning related matters over a 15 to 20 year period. 

  • What's proposed

    Development Proposals

    Our new development comprises 141 residential dwellings by Taylor Wimpey. The scheme will incorporate 2 to 5 bedroom homes. Access will be off the new roundabout on Stokesley Road. The scheme provides for attractive frontages to Stokesley Road and uses the existing watercourse which runs through the site as a principal feature with crossing points to allow connectivity around the site and beyond.
    The components used to design the dwellings readily create interesting street scenes and include varying eaves and ridge heights, subtle variation in detail and a simple palette of natural materials.

     

     

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  • Community

    Community Benefits

    The North Northallerton development will provide a number of Community Benefits, none more so than the delivery of a new east-west link road and bridge across the Northallerton-Middlesbrough rail line. This will allow for an alternative route across town and reduce queuing at the Low Gates level crossing.

    The scheme also includes new recreation facilities including new playing pitches and allotments. Affordable housing will be provided across the development alongside new areas of public open space.

     

  • Updates

    News and Updates

    March 2017

    Works have commenced on site to construct the first phase of the new Link Road from Stokesley Road to Darlington Road. Works will be taking place on both roads simultaneously to install the new Roundabouts.

     

    PREVIOUS UPDATES

    November 2015

    Hambleton District Council Planning Committee has awarded a resolution to grant to the submitted outline and reserved matters scheme. 

    Hambleton Council Website update:

    http://www.hambleton.gov.uk/news/article/155/north_northallerton_development_gets_the_green_light

    We are now working with the Council to bring the site and associated infrastructure forward.

     

    May 2015

    An Outline planning application has been submitted for up to 900 homes, employment uses, a neighbourhood shopping centre, extra care facilities, a primary school and community uses - sports pitches and allotments.

    The submission also includes an application for full consent for the strategic North Northallerton Link Road and Bridge over the mainline railway, 298 residential homes (150 by Persimmon to the east of Darlington Road and 141 by Taylor Wimpey to the west of Stokesley Road), sustainable urban drainage systems and a village green.

    All documents associated with the Site can now be viewed on Hambleton District Council's planning portal under application reference number: 15/01083/HYB


    April 2015

    A Community Consultation event was held at the Golden Lion Hotel in Northallerton on Monday 13th April between the hours of 2 and 9pm. The boards on display can be found below:

    View Consultation Boards

    The Consultation had a turnout of over 500 residents to view our proposals and to feedback their comments.

    Thank you to all those who took the time to attend.