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Aerial pictures reveal how work is progressing on Crowland development




New aerial pictures reveal how work is progressing on a development to build affordable homes.

Longhurst Housing is building 55 homes, which will be a mixture of one, two and three bedroom units, on a site in Crease Drove, Crowland.

The aerial photographs show the progress being made on the construction, including the formation of roads, drainage being installed and a site entrance being developed.

Aerial pictures of the Crease Drove in Crowland development PHOTO: GEDA Construction
Aerial pictures of the Crease Drove in Crowland development PHOTO: GEDA Construction

Retaining walls have also been built around the site boundaries.

Marcus Keys, Executive Director of Growth and Development, said: “It’s good to see progress being made on our new fully affordable development in Crowland by our construction partners GEDA Construction.

“These homes will help to address the need for more affordable housing for rent and home ownership across the South Holland District and we’re delighted to be bringing these much-needed homes to fruition.

Aerial pictures of the Crease Drove in Crowland development PHOTO:GEDA Construction
Aerial pictures of the Crease Drove in Crowland development PHOTO:GEDA Construction

“As part of our Improving Lives vision, we’re committed to bringing the homes people want to where they’re needed most and we know this development will help us achieve this aim.”

The homes will be a mixture of one, two and three-bedroom properties and will be available for Shared Ownership, Rent to Buy and affordable rent.

Marcus added: “It’s anticipated that there will be another few weeks of work before construction begins on the actual homes.

“We’re looking forward to making these properties available to local residents and those looking to take their first step on the home ownership ladder.”



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