Twenty-two new homes plan for Law’s Yard in Spalding

South Holland District Council will decide if homes can be built.
South Holland District Council will decide if homes can be built.

Some 22 new homes could be built on Law’s Yard, in Spalding, if South Holland District Council gives the go-ahead.

The site lies off Willow Walk and applicant Simon Naylor is seeking to build a mix of semi-detached and terraced properties with one, two or three bedrooms.

Agents for the applicant, Studio 11 Architecture, say in a supporting planning statement the homes will go on a vacant industrial site, which had previously prompted complaints in relation to existing residential amenity, and will bring economic, social benefits and environmental benefits.

Economic benefits would include the attraction of payment from the New Homes Bonus and Community Infrastructure levy contributions; future residents would pay council tax and construction and trade jobs would be created.

Studio 11 Architecture say: “Future residents of the new homes would support the services and facilities of Spalding and the wider area.

“Social benefits relate to supporting strong, vibrant and healthy communities.”