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Residents asked to give their views as plans for housing development on former school site unveiled

3:06 pm, Wednesday, 4th November 2020 - 3 years ago

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Plans have been unveiled for the development of up to 390 new homes on the site of the former Western School and playing field.

If approved, the proposed plans by North East Lincolnshire Council could develop the new site, offering new homes including affordable housing options. 

Before submitting the plans for approval, the Council is asking residents to give their views. 

The proposals are for an outline planning application in preparation for the site to be developed.

More detailed proposals are expected to follow once a developer has been found.

Residents in North East Lincolnshire can now have their say on the proposals, the planned layout of the development, and the use of green space on the site.

The plans include proposals for two and three storey houses with some detached, semi-detached, town houses and bungalows.

There are also proposals for extra care housing with communal facilities for people who are unable to live independently, and affordable housing for individuals and families.

Residents living in the surrounding area will receive a letter in the coming days detailing the proposals and explaining how they can take part in the engagement process.

To give your views online, visit the Council’s website: www.nelincs.gov.uk/have-your-say.

Paper copies of the consultation are available on request. To request a paper copy, email: [email protected].

Please note, this is the pre-engagement stage of consultation. Residents will have another opportunity to provide their views at the formal planning stage. 

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