Council to discuss plans for 36 affordable homes near Lincoln Lidl and mosque

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Members of the planning committee at the City of Lincoln Council will next week discuss plans for 36 affordable homes at the site of the former Boultham Dairy.

At a meeting on Wednesday, November 7, members will discuss plans for the affordable homes at Boultham Park Road, adjacent to Lidl and the new Lincoln mosque.

Submitted by Longhurst Group, the development would see six three-bed townhouses, 12 two-bed semi-detached houses and 18 two-bed semi-detached homes built on site.

The site is located close to Lidl and the new Lincoln mosque. Photo: Google Maps

The site was formerly used as a dairy which has since been demolished and redeveloped and permission was previously granted for a food store, mosque and housing on the site in June 2012.

A spokesperson said in the Design and Access statement: “The proposals are to provide 36 dwellings across the site with a split of shared ownership and social rented properties.

“The proposed development is of a high quality design that responds to sites conditions and respects the surrounding area.

“There are no overriding constraints on site that would prevent the residential development proposed.”