Plans for Crockey Hill holiday lodges are on hold

York Press: . .

PLANS for six holiday lodges and a wildlife pond on a former quarry site and farmland between York and Selby have been put on hold.

Proposals for the “small-scale” holiday and leisure scheme at Crockey Hill were submitted to City of York Council earlier this year.

They included cabins intended to attract families and couples and a landscaping project on the area previously used for a sand quarry.

The plans for the Crockey Hill Farm site on Wheldrake Lane, which is within the green belt, were slightly amended following a public consultation in June, but have now been withdrawn.


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