The Parish of Darley and Menwith is situated in Nidderdale, North Yorkshire, midway between Harrogate and Pateley Bridge. It has around 1200 inhabitants living in some 450 houses in what is known as a ribbon village. Many of the houses line Darley Main Street which stretches for over 1.5km, and others are on lanes leading off this street, or in the surrounding area. It is a thriving village with several community groups catering for all needs.
Go to Parish Council/Planning for information re the Outline Application for 60 houses off Meadow Lane. No recent updates (June 2019)
Application for 29 houses off Sheepcote Lane (19/01989/FULMAJ) was discussed at Parish Council meeting, 24 June, and the Council agreed that a strong objection be submitted. The planning consultant used by the Council helped to frame a response.
Local Plan - Darley Site DR14 deleted! Harrogate Borough Council have now published their major modifications to the Draft Local Plan, which were requested by the Inspector in order to make the plan sound. The allocated site for 88 houses has been deleted. The modifications are now out for public consultation, so you may wish to support this change. Further details to follow - and keep a watch on Facebook.
CAKE and a CUPPA on Yorkshire Day, 1st August 2-4p.m. Darley Memorial Hall
What a great day. Over 100 visitors, 25 helpers, 30+ cakes, over £500 raised. A marvellous event