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• Total area extending to approximately 81.75 acres (33.08ha)
• Planning permission for 323 static and touring caravans
• The majority of structures on site have been demolished
• Areas of the site benefit from mature landscaping including trees and shrubs
• Accessible location approximately 7 miles south of the city of York
The site is situated approximately 7 miles to the south of the city of York, approximately 1 mile from the main A19 and equidistant from the Yorkshire villages of Deighton and Escrick, with direct access off New Road.
The location is well suited as a holiday park development being both accessible and of a rural position. The main draw to the area is the city of York and other local attractions include, nearby Swallow Hall Golf Course, Yorkshire Air Museum & Allied Forces Memorial being just 5.5 miles away to the north east and York designer retail outlet is just off the A64, approximately 5 miles to the north west of the site.
An application has been approved for the redevelopment of the former North Selby Mine site into a leisure development comprising a total of 323 static and touring caravan pitches with associated facilities.
The site represents a substantial leisure development which would be amongst the largest in the region.
The market is particularly strong in this region for camping, touring caravans, static holiday caravans, caravan storage and lodges. Leisure facilities on the park will help to draw customers to the site
making it a self-sufficient holiday park ideally situated to attract holidaymakers from the larger conurbations of the North East, North West and the Midlands.
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