A development company has submitted a planning application which could pave the way for a bid to build up to 355 homes at Barrowby.
Gladman Developments Ltd is asking South kesteven District Council for ‘screening opinion’ of its plan which also includes a convenience store, access, open space and associated infrastructure on land off Barrowby Road.
The company is asking SKDC for a decision on whether the plan will require an environmental impact assessment. The purpose of the screening process is to see if there is going to be a significant impact on the environment by the development.
It is proposed to build the development on almost 14 hectares of land between existing housing and the A1 and access would be from Barrowby Road.
Robert Gaskell, of Gladman Developments, said: “The proposals are not considered to be of a scale or character that would be likely to have significant effects on the environment.”