Outline Planning Application for up to 40 Dwellings on Land off Station Road, Middleton on the Wolds


Welcome to our public consultation page for the proposed application seeking outline planning permission for the construction of up to 40 new, high-quality dwellings and associated works on land off Station Road, Middleton on the Wolds.

The proposed development is being brought forward by J G Hatcliffe Property and Planning. A planning application is due to be submitted to East Riding of Yorkshire Council shortly, and we are providing you with the opportunity to view and comment in advance of the submission.

The Site

The site lies in the village of Middleton-on-the-Wolds. The site is bound to the north by a railway embankments, beyond which is a residential development and an employment use. The western boundary is formed by the rear gardens of the residential properties that front onto Station Road, whist the eastern and southern boundaries are bound by large groups of existing trees.

The application site is shown on the aerial image below:

East Riding Local Plan

The site forms part of the wider site which is allocated for housing development within the East Riding Local Plan Allocations document under reference MID-A. An extract from the East Riding Local Plan Allocations is shown below.

The Proposal

The indicative masterplan for the development of the whole allocation is shown below. The development proposals that are the subject of this consultation form the first phase of the development of MID-A and is for the erection of up to 40 dwellings. A second phase of development for up to 35 dwellings will follow in due course.

The indicative scheme for the first phase of development shows the potential to provide a wide range of different house types and tenures, all accessed from Station Road. In the first phase of development it envisaged that a central area of hard landscaping will be created which will offer direct views towards St Andrews church. Public open space will be provided jointly between the two phases of development thereby creating a large central open space in which an equipped play area is to be set out. Tree around the site boundaries and internally are to be retained and will provide a mature setting for the development. This will be supplemented by additional planting to create a pleasant and attractive environment for both new and existing residents and will ensure the development is integrated into its surroundings.

 Providing your Feedback

We would welcome any feedback you may have on the proposed development. Please provide your comments using the Feedback Form below, entering your name, email address and comments (please note, all feedback will be anonymous once submitted).

Alternatively, please email your comments to consultation@dppukltd.com.

Finally, if you prefer not to use a computer, please feel free to post your comments to:

DPP, One Park Row, Leeds, LS1 5HN

Please submit your comments on or before 28th June 2021.

Once the planning application has been submitted, full details will be available on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website and there will be a further opportunity to comment.

We look forward to receiving your comments on the proposed development.

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Indicative Site Layout

Phase 1 (outlined in red) subject to this consultation

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Indicative Site Layout in Context

Phase 1 outlined in red, Phase 2 outlined in blue

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