October 11, 2019 4.02 pm This story is over 53 months old

Homes plan for former Tetney golf club

Housing estate on former golf club

A developer has submitted plans for 26 houses to be built on land formerly used as a golf club in Tetney.

Paul Bannister of Land Developers (Lincs) wants to build the homes to the south of the Station Road on land which also straddles an agricultural field.

The plans form the second phase of a larger development in the area by Mr Bannister.

A design and access statement submitted to East Lindsey District Council by Ross Davy Associates says: “The scheme provides a well-designed layout which continues the pattern of the approved scheme.

A mixture of housing within the site will provide buyers an opportunity for a range of dwellings.

“The proposal well exceeds recommended separation distances to the existing and proposed dwellings and integrates within the surrounding area.”

The houses will consist of 10 pairs of semi-detached houses and 16 detached houses – some with and some without garages.

Eight of the homes built across the two phases will be classed as “affordable”.

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