August 12, 2019 10.48 am This story is over 51 months old

Approval for 50 new homes in Crowland

They will be a mix of homes

Approval has been given for a new 50 home development in Crowland.

The joint application by Partner Construction and Waterloo Housing will see the homes built on land off Crease Drove in the town.

South Holland District Council approved the plans which will see affordable homes, shared ownership and rent to buy houses on the site.

A total of six new one bedroom, 26 two bedroom and 18 three bedroom homes will be built as part of the plans.

Two parking spaces will be provided to both two bedroom and three bedroom homes, while one bedroom houses will have one parking space each.

Developers said in its plans that the homes will reflect the existing neighbourhood in the town.

It said: “The main concept of the development is to link the new dwellings seamlessly into the existing neighbourhood.

“Crowland typically has traditional style dwellings with red brick as a predominant facing material.

“The proposed primary facing material is red multi brick with traditional detailing in keeping with the local area.”

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