Boyer has secured planning permission on behalf of Taylor Wimpey East Midlands for the development of 235 new homes in Lincolnshire, Sleaford
The new homes will be built on land at Stump Cross Hill, southeast of London Road, Handley Chase, Sleaford.
The 6.4ha site will form part of a new community known as Sleaford South Quadrant Sustainable Urban Extension.
A total of 1450 new homes in Lincolnshire
When complete, the site will deliver 1450 new homes in a variety of styles and sizes, including both affordable housing and homes for private sale.
It will also include two form entry primary school, care home, a local centre comprising of retail units and offices, a health centre, a community centre, a public house, a nursery, public open space, sports pitches, and allotments.
Raj Bains, Senior Planner in Boyer’s Midlands led on the project and worked closely with North Kesteven District Council to ensure that the detailed Design Compliance Statement reflected the parameters of the established Design Code and masterplan for the Sustainable Urban Extension.
A combination of the high-quality design, integrated public open spaces, provision of swales and green infrastructure corridors will lead to a well-planned place to live for future occupiers.
Sustainable Urban Extension
Lee Padimore, senior design and planning manager of Taylor Wimpey East Midlands said:
“Handley Chase is a Sustainable Urban Extension, which prioritises sustainable transport (specifically walking and cycling), a sense of community and ‘green’ living.
“As such it is one we are pleased to be part of, which integrates well within the existing settlement.
“We look forward to creating much-needed homes in this increasingly popular location and seeing a vibrant community come to fruition.”
Work is set to commence on site from May 2022 and completion is due by Christmas 2027.