August 3, 2023 7.00 am This story is over 5 months old

Lincoln council’s housing plans for Hermit Street face crucial test

Loss of garages could lead to more parking problems

A council proposal to replace garages on Hermit Street with housing will undergo a critical review next week following public objections.

The City of Lincoln Council’s planning committee will scrutinise the plans, which aim to meet the city’s housing demands and mitigate anti-social behaviour in the vicinity. The proposal has sparked a series of objections from the local community, citing concerns over the loss of garages, insufficient parking, tree felling, and the absence of solar panels.

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