Gregory Homes, the residential arm of Yorkshire developer Gregory Property Group, has acquired a two acre site in the picturesque Nidderdale village of Dacre Banks with plans to deliver a bespoke new residential scheme as part of a joint venture with Ridgefield Property.
The Partnership has secured planning consent to build 22 two, three and four bedroom family houses on the site which was a former filling station on Church Hill, overlooking the River Nidd.
The scheme is a rare new homes development opportunity in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales which is recognised as an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’.
Andrew Foggitt, Development Director at Gregory Homes said, “We are pleased to acquire this site which is very much in keeping with the prestige nature of our residential portfolio. ‘Church View’ will offer a select number of prestige homes of traditional character and in keeping with the local environment.”
The partnership plans to start development on site next week with a first reveal at the famous Nidderdale Show in nearby Pateley Bridge. It hopes to engage with local residents and people attracted to the area because of its natural beauty and recreational offer.
As part of the development, the partnership will support the local area through Section 106 contributions. This includes over £35,000 to upgrade Dacre and Hartwith Village Hall and over £8,000 contribution to outdoor sports facilities in the form of improvements to Darley Head Cricket Ground.
Properties at Church View will be released for sale early next year. For further details contact John Shaw FRICS on 07392 000922.
Gregory Homes is a part of the long established and award-winning Gregory Property Group which has achieved an outstanding track record in delivering sustainable property developments across the North of England for more than 30 years.