Plans to build affordable homes near the train station in North Yorkshire will be discussed next week – archyde

Craven County Council is behind the plans and members of its planning committee will visit the Station Road site tomorrow, Wednesday, after nearly 50 residents have raised objections that traffic is a major concern.

Speaking to the Local Democracy Reporting Service, Alderman David Statt, vice chairman of Hellifield Parish Council, said the street was “very busy” with cars going to the train station and that this was for children using a nearby play area, has become a security problem.

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He said, “The people in the village are very much against these plans. I don’t know anyone who supports them. We want the city councils to see the state of the road and the children who are crossing it when they visit – it’s busy.

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“We as the parish council also refuse the council to decide on its own proposal. It is their country. You have submitted your own application. Your own officials recommended it for approval. It just doesn’t seem right to us. “

The site is not on Craven’s local plan, but is listed as an entry-level exception site. These websites were launched as part of a new government program to help low-income earners climb the real estate ladder.

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