New council houses in uphill Lincoln approved

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Plans for 16 council homes in uphill Lincoln have been approved by city councillors.

At a meeting of the planning committee on March 9, City of Lincoln Council backed the proposals which will see a mix of two storey houses on land at Blankney Crescent on the Ermine East estate.

The proposed site plan. Photo: City of Lincoln Council

The proposed site plan. Photo: City of Lincoln Council

As previously reported, the majority of the properties will be accessed via Blankney Crescent, either with a direct frontage or private drive but four plots will be accessed via a separate private drive from Riseholme Road to the southwestern corner of the site.

Plots one to 10 will see five two-bedroom properties, four three-bedroom properties and one four-bedroom property constructed.

The remaining plots of the proposed development will contain three bedrooms.

The two-bedroom properties will be served by one parking space, with the three and four-bedroom properties being served by two spaces, all be within the application site.

Photo: City of Lincoln Council

Photo: City of Lincoln Council

Contributions of £33,982 for secondary school provision and £26,739 for off-site open spaces are proposed as part of the development.

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