The plans to build 60 homes on the land off Pinfold Garth was approved at a Selby Planning meeting yesterday. Despite many objections by Sherburn residents, it was agreed at the meeting that the application was to be approved and the new developments will be built. This has added to growing amount of houses either being built or awaiting planning permission which now stands at over 1200.
Despite objections from councillors and residents, the building will go ahead. Parish Council planning conditions were made for this site, these include:
1. Required the eradication of Japanese Knotweed before construction can begin.
2. Required full details and proposed mitigation measures to be submitted before any pile driving operations can be carried out.
3. Limited working hours to 08.00 to 18.00 hours Monday to Friday, 09.00 to 13.00 on Saturday and with no working on Sundays and public holidays.