The final plot on a 110-home housing development has been completed in Cherry Willingham as part of an effort to support a rising need for homes in the Lincoln village.
The site, re-named Jubilee Park, was developed through a partnership between West Lindsey District Council’s Building Control Service and Taylor Lindsey Homes.
The development was completed on August 15 and all plots on the site have now been sold or reserved.
Trevor Durant, Building Control Manager at West Lindsey District Council, said: “As one of the premier house builders in our area, we are pleased to be working with Taylor Lindsey in delivering this successful development and look to continuing working together on the Minster Fields development and the future Roman Gate development.
“The supply of quality housing is vital in securing a stable economic future for the local area”.
Sonya Turner of Taylor Lindsey Homes added: “We have been providing homes for the people of Lincolnshire for over 60 years and have established a reputation as quality builders.
“We are pleased to be working with West Lindsey District Council Building Control to deliver this development and are looking forward to carrying on future projects together.”