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CROWLAND PARISH COUNCIL: Objections raised to 100-home development near Crease Drove Industrial Estate which could fill town 'buffer zone'

There are fears that plans to build more than 100 new homes in Crowland could wipe out a so-called “buffer zone” in the town.

Spalding-based developers Ashwood Homes has applied to build up to 108 two, three and four-bedroom houses on more than eight acres of land off Crease Drove.

Crowland Parish Council has objected to the plans which it fears will end the separation between the residential and industrial areas of the town.

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