A £2m housing project is on the way to Emley.
Huddersfield-based home builder Lanson Developments has been granted planning permission to build four luxury homes on 1.3 acres of land off Tyburn Lane.
Each of the homes on the £2m rural development will have four bedrooms and will be fitted out to high specifications.
The development overlooks green belt countryside. The homes on the Tyburn Lane development will be built of natural stone and will have blue slate roofs to blend in with the rural surroundings.
Joe Cookson, Lanson's managing director, said: "This is going to be a very prestigious development and will provide four superb family homes.
"Emley provides a beautiful rural location for the development, but at the same time is ideal for commuters as the village is within two miles of the M1."
There are a number of boundary trees around the Tyburn Lane site which Lanson will leave untouched.
Mr Cookson said: "Tyburn Lane is going to be something special."
The Emley plan follows recent successful Lanson developments in the area including 1535 The Melting Point in Huddersfield town centre, believed to be the UK's fastest selling residential development.
Established in 1997, Lanson Developments employs 120 people across Yorkshire.
The company is involved both in urban renewal and green field site development.