Plans for new stately home given green light
Plans by one of the UK’s richest men to build a new stately home in East Yorkshire have been approved.
Warter Priory will replace a 17th Century mansion demolished in 1972 on the Warter Estate near Pocklington.
The village and 12,000 acres of land were bought by Malcolm Healey for £48m in 1998, BBC News reported.
The planning application said the house and its adjoining buildings are designed to be energy efficient, using ground pumps and solar panels to provide heating and electricity.
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