A new 46.7-acre development in the village of Sudbrooke, which has taken its design inspiration from the surrounding historic woodland and the traditional village setting, is on track for a 2020 completion.
Developed by Jackson & Jackson Developments and designed by Stem Architects, The Parklands will be a new residential community of 155 individually designed homes.
Works started on The Parklands in March 2018 and the £30 million development is on track for completion in 2020.
The development will feature outdoor open spaces, woodland footpaths, a gastro pub/restaurant, communal gardens, allotments and an outdoor gym.
Nigel Stevenson, director at Stem Architects, said: “Preserving the woodland was at the heart of the design and we worked to enhance the rural setting to create a community destination by adding walking trails and allotments.
“A unique aspect of The Parklands is that we designed every house to be different.
“We utilised a broad palette of materials to give individual identity to each property inspired by the eclectic mix which Lincolnshire’s rural vernacular offers.”
Housing options include quaint thatched cottages and spacious family homes and in keeping with tradition.
Original British red telephone boxes will be positioned throughout the Parklands and used to accommodate defibrillators.
200 new trees and over two hectares of compensation woodland will be planted.
The landscape design will also feature 2km of native and ornamental hedgerow planting and a biodiversity area of one hectare.
Dominik Jackson, director at Jackson & Jackson Developments, said: “The design of The Parklands aims to bring people together with spacious grassy areas for families to enjoy.
“We are proud of what we are bringing to life just a few miles outside of Lincoln city centre.”