September 28, 2018 Property

Northstar submit plannining application for site in North Yorkshire


Northstar have submitted a planning application to re-develop a 1.8 acre brownfield site in North Yorkshire to provide a state of the art, 64 bed care home. The facility is spacious, giving over 7.5 sqm dayspace per resident and all en-suite bedrooms are in excess of 21sqm.

The location on the eastern edge of Stokesley in North Yorkshire lends itself to the peaceful setting required for frail, elderly residents whilst being close enough to the Town and its many satellite villages to provide a central resource for the elderly across this part of the region. The picturesque Georgian Market Town of Stokesley has a huge latent demand for good quality care with no care homes of its own currently. The demographic studies show that the elderly population is double the national average with three times the number of households in the three highest affluence groups.

Northstar’s Development Director Danny Sharpe said

“These opportunities only come along very rarely, where a superb site coincides with a hugely favourable demographic demand and competitor study. The site has uninterrupted views over to the North York Moors National park and yet is only 450m from the centre of Town.”

Upon grant of planning consent, Northstar will be talking to investors to move this very exciting project forward.


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