More homes proposed as part of second phase of development in Lincoln village

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Plans have been revealed for 21 new homes as part of the second phase of development on agricultural land in a village to the east of Lincoln.

Applicants ACIS Developments Ltd have applied to West Lindsey District Council for planning permission to build the homes on land north of Kingfisher Close in Cherry Willingham.

The development would see a mix of two and three-bedroom semi-detached houses and terraced properties.

Five of the new homes would be social rented housing, with the remainder proposed to be sold on the market.

Two car parking spaces would be created for each new property.

This proposal follows the approval and construction of 32 homes on land directly below this proposed scheme.

Designs and the proposed layout for the development. Photo: CAD Associates

Designs and the proposed layout for the development. Photo: CAD Associates

Agents Lindum Group, acting on behalf of the applicant, said: “The design of the scheme has been produced with the principle of mirroring the successful housing development to the south of the site with the proposed housing matching the design, scale and appearance of the adjacent dwellings.

“It is our contention that there are no significant adverse impacts of developing the scheme that would significantly and demonstrably outweigh the economic and social benefits of the scheme.”

Councillors on West Lindsey District Council’s planning committee will consider the proposal at a later date.

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