Developers to submit plans for 450 new homes on fields south of Lincoln

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Residents are being invited to share their views on plans which are nearing completion for 450 new homes south of Lincoln.

The proposed new housing estate would lie north of Canwick Avenue in the village of Bracebridge Heath, submitted by Barratt Homes North Midlands.

The site vision forms part of long-term proposals for the villages of Canwick and Bracebridge Heath for 3,500 new homes by the year 2036.

A full map of the Canwick Heath Sustainable Urban Extansion proposals and how they would fit in with the rest of Lincoln. Photo: North Kesteven District Council. Click to enlarge.

A full map of the Canwick Heath Sustainable Urban Extansion proposals and how they would fit in with the rest of Lincoln. Photo: North Kesteven District Council. Click to enlarge.

Key to the 20 year vision.

Key to the 20 year vision.

Some 475 hectares of development land, described as the Lincoln South East Quadrant between Canwick and Bracebridge Heath, has been outlined along with a number of growth sites in Central Lincolnshire councils’ Draft Local Plan.

Eventually, seven acres of employment space would be created along with schools and shopping centres.

The proposed 450 new homes marks the first phase of development, with applications expected to be submitted to North Kesteven District Council later this year.

A public consultation is being held on proposals for on Monday, November 7 from 3.30pm to 7pm at Bracebridge Heath Methodist Church on Grantham Road, where outline proposals will be on display and members of the local community will be able to submit formal written comments.

Exhibition material will also be viewable on the planning consultants’ website here from November 7.