Gregory Property Group has secured detailed planning consent on a vacant site in Monk Fryston for residential development. The site off Abbeystone Way was formerly a quarry owned by the local authority.
Gregory has announced plans to start on site this November to build nine new family properties including five four-bedroom detached homes and four three-bedroom town houses. All properties, built from limestone in keeping with the local area, will offer gardens with parking, some with garages.
Andrew Foggitt of Gregory Property Group said: “We are pleased to acquire the site which is situated in a very attractive residential location and close to amenities on Main Street. Selby District Council recognises a requirement for more housing in the area and we are keen to support this agenda with completion by next Summer.
William H Brown is appointed to market the new development. Area New Homes Manager, Lisa Lucas, said, “We are very excited to release this scheme as there really is a pent up demand for homes of this quality in the area. Given that Monk Fryston hasn’t seen new build homes for more than a decade we expect the scheme to sell very quickly.”
Further details on the proposed development and specification of the homes will be can be obtained from William H Brown. Telephone 01757 210040.
Prices will start from around £200,000.
Gregory Property Group has achieved an outstanding track record in delivering sustainable property developments across the North of England for the last 30 years.
The award winning company has developed or gained planning consent on more than three million sq. ft. of commercial development in the region either independently or in joint ventures with other recognised property developers.
Notable projects within the Gregory Property Group portfolio include the £40 million mixed use scheme at Broad Street Plaza in Halifax and the £40 million retail park at Foss Islands in York.