January 19, 2018 11.35 am This story is over 46 months old

Work begins on £30m scheme including 155 homes in Sudbrooke

The development will feature 155 new homes.

Work has begun on a new £30 million residential development in Sudbrooke that’s set to create around 100 jobs.

The Parklands, which will feature 155 homes,  was previously rejected by West Lindsey District Council, but later approved by the Planning Inspectorate in June 2016.

Now, Lincoln-based Jackson Living, part of Jackson & Jackson Developments, has begun work on the new residential community in the village of Sudbrooke, just a few miles north of Lincoln.

Artists’ impression of what the new development will look like

The Parklands will feature 155 homes as well as public amenities including a restaurant, kitchen garden, community allotments, open spaces, petanque area and an outdoor gym.

Dominik Jackson, director at Jackson & Jackson Developments, said: “After extensive planning with Lincoln-based Globe Consultants, we are pleased to be on site.

Artists’ impression of what the new development will look like

“The Parklands is a carefully considered development that will offer a stunning place to live.”

The build programme is being delivered by local construction consultancy LGG Projects.

Paul Jakuc, from LGG Projects, said: “The Parklands is in a spectacular area and we’re pleased to be working with Jackson Living to help deliver this scheme which was praised for its design and positive contribution that it would make to the village of Sudbrooke.”

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