'You could be in for a tidy little windfall from new housing in Surfleet', parish councillors are told by villager during annual parish meeting
Surfleet Parish Council has been told that it is "missing out on money" arising from new housing in the village.
At the start of its annual parish meeting on Tuesday, councillors were urged by villager Barry Storey to "get your act together" and apply for a share of developers' contributions linked to homes set to be built in Surfleet.
According to the latest South East Lincolnshire Local Plan (SELLP), a guide to future housing and economic growth in South Holland and Boston, Surfleet and Surfleet Seas End together could have up to 180 new homes built between now and 2036.
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