Developers want to build 158 homes in Wragby according to documents submitted to East Lindsey District Council.
The new builds, which would include 36 two bedroom and 42 three bedroom semi-detached houses, along with 68 three bedroom and 12 four bedroom detached houses, is planned for land south of Horncastle Road.
Gleeson Regeneration say the development will meet the needs of the local authority and people.
The build “has been carefully designed so as to complement existing developments in Wragby” and will wrap around existing houses on Horncastle Road.
It adds that it will improve footpath links between areas of Wragby. an existing “unmade track” will be used to create a pedestrian access to the area.
The houses will include driveways and garages in a bid to “ensure streets are not dominated by private cars”.
The new site will be nearby a number of facilities including a library/community hub, doctors, school and sports hall, they say.
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