The final two phases of a 170-home plan for Bardney have been approved.
Chestnut Homes has been given the go-ahead for 117 new homes off Hancock Drive and Manor Farm.
They were given permission on appeal to build the 44-home start of the development in 2016.
Approving the plans, council officers said: “The detailed layout and design of the estate provides a good mix of housing designs and sizes to meet housing need within the district and a safe, healthy and attractive environment for future residents to live.
Of the new houses, 23 will be classed as affordable – with nine having already been built.
A new loop road will be created linking the scheme to the rest of the project.
Concerns were raised about the amount of parking, however, the officers considered it acceptable.
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