The proposal for High Malton is to build a sustainable community as a natural extension to the town that offers homes built on a human scale, with materials which reflect and respect Malton’s heritage – and creates employment and other opportunities for existing and new residents.
The plan makes provision for business start-up units, for homes of different kinds (including those starting out on the housing ladder, those designed for growing families, and those embarking on retirement) and large areas of green space and an extensive network of footpaths linking with existing local schools, shops and other nearby facilities.
Designed by master planner Leon Krier, who was responsible for the famous Poundbury extension to Dorchester in Dorset, and architect Jan Maciag, it will become an extension to Malton whilst remaining linked to it and part of it: an attractive, modern and pleasing place in which people can live, work and play.
A digital “fly-through” video can be viewed by clicking here (YouTube Link).
A document setting out our vision for the proposal can be downloaded here.
You can find a little more about the proposals by browsing these pages.