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Dalton housing development due before planners
Updated 5:41pm Sunday 2nd March 2014 in News
Plans to build 36 homes and access on land north of The Willows in Dalton are due to go before planners at Hambleton District Council’s planning meeting on Thursday (March 6). Outline permission has already been granted for the housing development following an appeal on July 4, 2013. On Thursday, the planning committee will look at details relating to landscaping, appearance, layout and scale. The development includes four one-bedroom apartments, ten two-bedroom terraced homes, 13 detached, four bedroom homes and nine five-bedroom houses.
INFORMATION FOR THE ELDERLY: AGE UK North Yorkshire is holding a coffee morning in Northallerton to provide elderly residents with information on renewing driving licenses and other issues. The charity is offering to help anyone who is over the age of 70 who needs help renewing their licence online, after being informed some websites are charging for the service. Licence renewal is free on the official Government website; www.gov.uk. The coffee morning will be held at the charity’s office on Northallerton High Street on Thursday, March 6 between 10.30am and 12.30pm. For further information contact the Northallerton office on 01609-771624.
RAMBLERS’ WALK: Northallerton Ramblers will be walking around Escomb Church in County Durham on Thursday, March 6. Walkers will meet at 10am at the historical church for a walk via Witton Castle. For more details contact Mary on 01609-881411.
MOORS TALK: A presentation about the North York Moors will be held in Stokesley on Monday, March 24. David Rodway will be talking about walks through the landscape. The event has been organised by Stokesley Society and will take place in the town hall at 7.30pm. Admission is £1 and everyone is welcome.
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