Up to 96 homes could be built on former Pinchbeck nursery after Bellway Eastern Counties has bought the site
Plans for nearly 100 homes will be submitted later this year after a developer has acquired a derelict former plant nursery in Pinchbeck.
Bellway Eastern Counties says it will be drawing up the final plans for the former nursery on land off Wardentree Lane, which already has planning permission for 96 new homes.
One, two, three and four bedroom homes could be built on the 10-acre site with 24 of these homes being offered as affordable unit.
Phil Standen, Managing Director of Bellway Eastern Counties, said: “Following the acquisition of this piece of land in Pinchbeck, we are now finalising our plans to transform this brownfield site into a stylish new development of homes.
“This is a highly sustainable location for new housing, with the majority of shops, services and schools in Pinchbeck easily accessible on foot, making it perfectly placed for potential homebuyers including first-time buyers and families.
“Ideal for commuting professionals, the development will also have convenient access to Spalding Road, the main road that links Pinchbeck to Spalding, and also to the A16 for Boston or Peterborough.
“Once submitted, we hope our plans will be approved without delay, so we can begin the process of delivering much-needed housing for the local area.”