Developers lodge plans for 51 affordable homes in Waddington

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Councillors will consider proposals for more than 50 affordable homes in the RAF village of Waddington near Lincoln.

Developers have submitted proposals for 51 homes off Station Road. The plans have been prepared as part of an affordable housing scheme, comprising affordable rented units and shared ownership units.

The designs for the new estate off Station Road.

Homes be constructed on the site next to Brant Road along with 98 car parking spaces and public open space. Outline plans comprise 14 two-bed houses and 16 three-bed houses of shared ownership.

There would also be 13 two-bed, four three-bed and four one-bed affordable rental properties.

The site is located to the west of Waddington and the north of Station Road.

The site location.

Applicants for the project are Boston-based Longhurst and Havelock Homes. The company now has stock of around 8,600 properties across the Midlands and Eastern England.

Developers said in the design and access statement for the plans: “The development offers affordable housing within an area with high levels of market housing provision.

“Careful consideration has been made to the design to positively enhance both the site and its surroundings, with detailing designed to a high standard.”

Plans can be viewed and comments made on the North Kesteven District Council website here.

A decision will be made on the proposals at a later date.