Councillors to hear phase four of LN6 development

The fourth phase of a Lincoln housing development will go before city councillors next week.

Proposals for 23 homes off Skellingthorpe Road have been submitted by Chestnut Homes as part of the LN6 housing scheme.

The application follows on from phase three of the development which was approved by the council in May.

The street scene on the LN6 development in Lincoln.

City of Lincoln Council’s planning committee will hear the proposals for phase four of the LN6 scheme on June 20.

The application proposes 13 two-bedroomed semi-detached terraced houses and 10 three-bedroomed semi-detached detached houses at the former site of Usher School, on the former playing field in the southern part of Lincoln.

The plan was submitted to the city council as an extension of the phase three planning application and includes vehicular access from Westbrooke Place.

It also includes a pedestrian link from the proposed development to Skellingthorpe Road.

The aim is to extend the adopted road into the proposed development with allocated parking in convenient and accessible locations for for residents and visitors.

Dedicated visitor spaces will be provided on site and parking spaces have been allocated – at least one space for two-bed dwellings and two for any three-bed homes.

The fourth phase is located immediately adjacent to phase three, which will provide access into the land.