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Proposal to build 46 homes off Springfield Road in Grantham

Layout of the proposed homes. Graphic courtesy of Jefferson Sheard Architects.
Layout of the proposed homes. Graphic courtesy of Jefferson Sheard Architects.

An application to build 46 new homes on land between Springfield Road and Harlaxton Road, has been submitted to South Kesteven District Council.

The development proposed, on a former plant hire depot, is to be accessed via Hanbury Avenue, off Springfield Road. To the north of the site is Grantham magistrates court, and to the west Bairds Malt.

The plan is to create 46 homes, which will be a mix of two or three bed houses, and one bed flats, available on either an affordable rent or shared ownership scheme to be operated by applicants the Longhurst Group.

The application states: “The scheme includes the re-development of a former plant hire depot, and consequently represents brownfield development in a sustainable settlement identified for growth.

“Development of the site therefore conforms with both local and national planning guidance.”

Following consultation with the Highways Authority, 64 parking spaces are to be provided within the development.


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