The final five affordable homes have been completed at a development in Coningsby to improve housing options for people in the area.
The last of the 18 homes built by Lincolnshire-based housebuilder Chestnut Homes at its Kings Manor development have been handed over to the Lincolnshire Housing Partnership. The development is located off Hoplands Road in Coningsby.
The affordable properties form part of phase three at Kings Manor, which consists of 60 two, three and four-bedroom homes.
The fourth phase of the development is due to launch later this year. Phase four will see an additional 109 new two, three and four-bedroom homes built on land south of the existing development.
It will also include the creation of green open space and a new children’s play area.
David Newton, Managing Director of Chestnut Homes, said: “The Kings Manor development has proven to be popular among families and we are looking forward to giving more people the chance to live in a new-build home in Coningsby when we launch phase four of this development this autumn.”
Martin Woods, Lincolnshire Housing Partnership’s Head of Asset Management, said: “These are modern, good quality, affordable properties in a lovely location.
“They help us meet demand for properties and provide more housing options for local residents – both people who want affordable rent without having to save a deposit or pay admin fees and people who are struggling to get a foot on the property ladder.”