Bright new future for Flaxby Park

The three way venture established by Chris Musgrave, Trevor Cartner and Ann Gloag

Ambitious plans have been unveiled to transform an abandoned golf course into a sustainable Yorkshire community.

The team behind the plans, Flaxby Park Limited, announced today (27 April 2016) that they have reached agreement with the official liquidator to purchase the site of the former Flaxby Golf Course.

Consultation will now begin on Flaxby Park, a new settlement of quality homes covering the housing spectrum, a new school, shops and community facilities in a country park setting.

As well as helping to meet the housing needs of Harrogate, the development will provide hundreds of full time jobs over a decade and a multi-million pound boost to local councils in new homes bonus and council tax payments.

The site covers a 278 acre triangle of countryside West of junction 47 of the A1(M), within easy commuting distance for Harrogate, York and Leeds.

Flaxby Park Ltd. is the company of internationally renowned businesswoman and philanthropist Ann Gloag OBE and regeneration experts Chris Musgrave and Trevor Cartner.

Mrs Gloag, a former nurse and one of Britain's most successful business people, is a well known investor in strategic land throughout the UK and is also the co-founder of the transport giant - Stagecoach.

Cartner and Musgrave have a proven track record in delivering high quality housing and business sites across Britain including Wynyard Park in the North-East and Discovery Park in Kent.

The trio are also behind plans to create a similar sustainable settlement, Stone Hill Park, on the site of the former Manston airport in Kent which they own.

The plans envisage a self-sustaining community complete with school, health centre and shops, within a landscape featuring parkland, cycle and footpaths, water features and retained woodland. A range of high quality homes will be built covering the full spectrum of housing need including affordable and starter homes, family homes, high value executive homes and self build plots.

HEADLINES

SECOND SHOWCASING EVENT ATTRACTS SUPERB SUPPORT FOR FLAXBY DEVELOPMENT

NOVEMBER 2018

More than three quarters of people who attended the most recent showcasing event for plans to transform Flaxby’s disused golf course into a new sustainable community creating new homes…   <read more>

SECOND SHOWCASING EVENT PLANNED FOR POPULAR FLAXBY DEVELOPMENT

OCTOBER 2018

The developer behind Flaxby Park, which plans to transform Flaxby’s disused golf course into a new sustainable community creating new homes and jobs, is holding a second showcasing event…   <read more>

DEVELOPER SUBMITS FORMAL COMPLAINT ABOUT HARROGATE’S CABINET MEMBER FOR PLANNING

SEPTEMBER 2018

The development company planning to create a major new settlement on Flaxby’s disused golf course has submitted a formal complaint about Councillor Rebecca Reeve-Burnett…   <read more>

OVERWHELMING SUPPORT FOR MUCH-NEEDED NEW HOMES AT FLAXBY

SEPTEMBER 2018

Local business leaders, Harrogate Chamber of Commerce members and residents have all backed the plans to build 2,750 high quality homes along with a retirement village…   <read more>

EVENT WILL MAKE THE CASE FOR MUCH-NEEDED NEW HOMES AT FLAXBY PARK

SEPTEMBER 2018

The developer behind Flaxby Park, which plans to transform Flaxby’s disused golf course into a new sustainable community creating new homes and jobs, will be showcasing…   <read more>

OPEN LETTER URGES HARROGATE BOROUGH COUNCIL TO RECONSIDER PLANS FOR NEW SETTLEMENT

AUGUST 2018

One of the region’s most respected architects has written an open letter to Councillor Rebecca Burnett, Harrogate Borough Council Cabinet Member for Planning…   <read more>

RESPECTED ARCHITECT MICHAEL WILDBLOOD MBE MAKES THE CASE FOR FLAXBY

AUGUST 2018

I am regularly questioned by people who know that I have been involved in the master planning of the Flaxby new settlement proposals for the past two years…   <read more>

PLANS ARE ON TRACK TO REOPEN HISTORIC RAILWAY STATION NEAR KNARESBOROUGH

JUNE 2018

The company behind plans for a major new development at Flaxby is proposing to reopen Goldsborough Railway Station as a new park and ride station…   <read more>

FLAXBY PARK WILL SOLVE HARROGATE’S HOUSING SHORTAGE

MAY 2018

The company behind a major new development at Flaxby, believes it holds the key to unlock Harrogate Borough Council’s under delivery of new housing stock…   <read more>

DEVELOPMENT COMPANY UNVEILS ITS SELF-BUILD VISION FOR HARROGATE

JAN 2018

The transformation of a disused North Yorkshire golf club near Harrogate, into a new sustainable housing development, would offer self-builders…   <read more>

HARROGATE DEVELOPMENT TO DELIVER MAJOR ECONOMIC BENEFITS TO THE DISTRICT

DEC 2017

Transforming a disused golf course at Flaxby into a major new sustainable village community could support over 240 full time construction jobs…   <read more>

DEVELOPMENT COMPANY CHALLENGES COUNCIL’S LOCAL PLAN

DEC 2017

The company planning to transform a disused golf club into a new sustainable housing development…   <read more>

FLAXBY PARK LTD READY TO DELIVER HOMES AND MAJOR INVESTMENT FOR HARROGATE

NOV 2017

Plans to transform a disused golf course into an exciting and sustainable new community, with thousands…   <read more>

FLAXBY PARK REMAINS MOST SUSTAINABLE OPTION FOR HARROGATE LOCAL PLAN

JUNE 2017

The recent recommendation made by Harrogate Borough Council, on their preferred options for the council's…   <read more>

ARKENDALE VILLAGERS GIVEN CHANCE TO QUESTION PLANS FOR FLAXBY PARK

JUNE 2017

Flaxby Park representatives attended a meeting of Arkendale Parish Council on September 6 2016 to outline…   <read more>

LAND OPTION ACQUIRED TO ENSURE QUALITY OF DEVELOPMENT

MAY 2017

Flaxby Park Limited, the company planning to transform an abandoned North Yorkshire golf course into…   <read more>

CONSULTATION WILL BE KEY

APRIL 2016

Consultation with local people and their representatives will be key to the future development of the…   <read more>

BRIGHT NEW FUTURE FOR FLAXBY PARK

APRIL 2016

Ambitious plans have been unveiled to transform an abandoned golf course into a sustainable Yorkshire…   <read more>