Thirty seven homes will be affordable. Credit: Persimmon

Unanimous nod for Persimmon proposal

Plans for 92 homes in Brompton-on-Swale look set to go ahead after receiving approval from North Yorkshire Council.

The application, submitted by the York-headquartered housing giant, will see investment in the area alongside the housing, which will range from two to four bedrooms.

Within the development, 37 properties will be transferred to a local housing association or sold at a reduced market rate.

As part of planning approvals for the site, subject to the section 106 agreement being agreed, Persimmon is expected to contribute more than £300,000 towards education.

Residents on the site will have access to three acres of useable public open space, more than a quarter of the site. Plans also include a new on-site play area and delivery of off-site play area improvements.

All homes will be fitted with solar panels and EV chargers and will be built to new building regulations offering reduced CO2 emissions and improved energy efficiency, helping reduce energy bills for homeowners.

Richard Holland, land and planning director, Persimmon, said: “We’re delighted that members have granted approval for 92 new homes in Brompton on Swale.

“Persimmon is committed to building high-quality, affordable homes for local people, and this development provides a mix of house sizes for families and downsizers alike.”

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