Plans to build up to 125 new homes in Tattershall have been submitted to East Lindsey District Council.

Neil Harvey has submitted an outline application to build the homes on 11.2 hectares of land off Station Farm, off Sleaford Road.

Documents before ELDC say the land has been used as a base for Harvey Bros Livestock and the whole site will be developed including the demolition of the existing dwelling, farm buildings and yard.

The housing will cover around 7.4hectares, while the rest will be used as open space, including a sustainable drainage system.

The documents said: “The development would positively contribute towards meeting the housing supply in the district and should not have any adverse effects on character, amenity, or highways safety.”

Outline plans for the site submitted to ELDC.

The developers said the build will be an “infill piece of land” with definitive boundaries created by the Tattershall picnic site to the west and the canal to the north and say it would not harm the character of the village.

The site is currently planned to be accessed via the existing farmyard entrance.

If the application is approved in principle, the developers will then return to the council with more detailed plans in the future.

November 16, 2021 9.56 am This story is over 5 months old

The A153 in Billinghay near Tattershall was closed in the early hours of the morning (Tuesday, November 16) after a HGV carrying live chickens left the road and crashed into a ditch.

Lincolnshire Police’s force control room Tweeted just after 3am that officers were dealing with a collision and asked drivers to avoid the area.

Police said the collision was reported just before 2am and did not involve any other vehicles.

The lorry had left the road on Tattershall Road, Billinghay and entered a ditch.

The driver was not injured.

Recovery work continued through the morning and the road remained closed.

Lincolnshire Police said there is no indication yet when the road will reopen.

This is a developing story and will be updated accordingly. 

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An appeal has been launched to identify a person police want to speak to about an assault at Tattershall Lakes holiday park which left a man in his 30s injured.

The incident was reported to police at 4.15pm on September 25, with the victim not seriously injured, but shaken and bruised.

Police issued an appeal to identify the man on Friday, November 12, over a month after the incident on September 25.

It is believed that he could be in the Sheffield area, and if you recognise the man pictured you should get in touch with officers in one of the following ways:

  • Call 101 and quote incident number 344 of September 25
  • Email [email protected] and reference the same incident number in the subject line

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