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Proposal for fresh social housing development in Louth is mooted

The housing development could be built on land off Mount Pleasant in Louth.

The housing development could be built on land off Mount Pleasant in Louth.

A proposed social housing development could see 41 new homes built on a strip of land near Monks’ Dyke Tennyson College in Louth.

William Davis Partnerships have put forward a screening of opinion to see if it would be environmentally viable to build the houses on a former garden nursery off Mount Pleasant, which closed in 2003.

The proposal is for a mixture of 40 social houses and bungalows, as well as residential car parking, with a further three bedroom house to be sold on the open market.

If the plan is deemed viable then a full outline planning application could be submitted to East Lindsey District Council.

The authority have in the past admitted that there is a ‘chronic’ social housing shortfall in the district.

 

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