Work has been completed on a new 36-home development on a former dairy site in Lincoln, next to the new mosque.
Ellison Place is on the site of the former dairy on Boultham Park Road, which was the main provider of dairy products for Lincoln and the surrounding area until its closure in 2012.
There are six three-bed townhouses, 12 three-bedroom semi-detached houses and 18 two-bedroom semi-detached homes. Nineteen will be available on a shared ownership basis, with the remainder for affordable rent.
Ellison Place is named after the Ellison family, a prominent name in Lincolnshire heritage during the 18th and 19th centuries.
The homes mark the final piece of the jigsaw in the redevelopment, with a mosque and a Lidl supermarket having also been built on the land.
The development has been delivered by housing provider Longhurst Group, which owns and manages over 5,000 properties in Lincolnshire. Local firm Lindum Group built the properties.
There has been a lot of interest in the properties, with a number reserved off-plan and the affordable rented homes are all allocated.
A number of properties remain available to purchase and are being marketed by The New Homes Agent.