Are you looking for land for sale in North Yorkshire or even a renovation or conversion opportunity? Plotfinder.net holds a database of building plots in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Above you'll find links to the latest properties for sale in the county of North Yorkshire.
You may also be interested in looking for land for sale in the counties surrounding North Yorkshire such as; Durham, Lancashire or Northumberland. Use the search box above to refine or change your search criteria. Property listed includes; building plots, renovation and conversion opportunities, lots sold by auction and property for sale by private sellers.
Using Local Authority Websites: If anyone wishes to get planning approval to build on a piece of land, they must submit an application, which then becomes a matter of public record. What this means is that you can walk into any planning department and ask to see the Planning Register, in which all the applications and decisions (where they have been reached) are recorded. Many councils now publish them on their websites. For a list of local Authority planning departments in North Yorkshire, see below:
Craven District Council | Hambleton District Council | Harrogate Borough Council | Richmondshire District Council | Scarborough Borough Council | Selby District Council | City of York Council
Useful links for North Yorkshire:
North Yorkshire Planning Office | Welcome to Yorkshire | North Yorkshire News | Richmond Castle
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Real self-build stories from Homebuilding & Renovating magazine:
A Converted 300 Year Old Barn; This 300-year-old building located in the North York Moors National Park has been transformed into a beautiful family home fit for modern-day living.
A Yorkshire Self Build: With the help of their son Ian, Malane and Keith Howard have built a striking, angular home on one of Yorkshire's most challenging plots - dramatically projecting it out from the steep slope.
A Thatched Cottage in the Howardian Hills: Sue and Ian Newby built a beautiful thatched, oak frame house which marries the best of traditional craftsmanship with modern-day technology. The open plan living space downstairs works well in this traditional home set in the Howardian Hills Area of Natural Beauty.