July 25, 2018 3.24 pm This story is over 67 months old

Plans for 36 affordable homes next to Lincoln mosque and Lidl

Helping with the need for affordable housing in the city.

Plans have been submitted for 36 affordable homes in Lincoln as part of the redevelopment of the former Boultham Dairy site.

The application was submitted to the City of Lincoln Council by Longhurst Group for land east of Boultham Park Road, which has already seen the completion of a Lidl supermarket and the city’s first purpose built mosque.

Planning permission is being sought for six three-bed townhouses, 12 two-bed semi-detached houses and 18 two-bed semi-detached homes.

Application site for 36 homes on Boultham Park Road, Lincoln.

Permission was granted for a food store, mosque and housing on the site back in June 2012.

The applicants said in a design and access statement that the development would help with the need for affordable housing in Lincoln.

It said: “The development of the site for solely affordable housing will make a tangible and noteworthy contribution to affordable housing in Lincoln.

“The development will include a mixed tenure of 19 shared ownership properties and 17 affordable rented units, delivering varied affordable housing provision for the city.”