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YHL directors Tim Brierley and Phil Brierley at Gateforth Park.
Jane Imrie

Multi-million pound ‘luxury’ residential project underway in North Yorkshire

A project to breathe life into a long-derelict parcel of land in North Yorkshire is set to launch early next year

Boroughbridge firm York House Leisure (YHL) is leading the transformation of a former mushroom farm near Selby into a ‘luxury’ residential park.

Situated next to Selby Golf Club in Thorpe Willoughby, Gateforth Park will comprise 168 park homes, as well as two private fishing lakes, a shop, community centre, village green, woodland and dog walking area.

Manufactured by Northamptonshire-based Prestige Homeseeker Park & Leisure Homes on behalf of YHL, the first phase of homes is set to launch to market in February 2020.

YHL director Phil Brierley commented: “We are delighted to be developing this brand new residential park with Prestige as they build great quality homes and have lots of experience in the industry.

“From now on, progress on site will be quick and we’ll be ready to welcome visitors within a few months to view the park and the homes.

He added: “We’re inviting people to register their interest with us now and find out more about what promises to be a very special residential park in a great location.”

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