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Crowland homes plan could bring £450,000 to town surgery and primary school, says report




More than £450,000 worth of new investment for education and health services in Crowland could come from a planned 108-home development in the town.

A decision on plans to build a range of one to four-bedroom homes on more than eight acres of land off Crease Drove is expected tomorrow.

South Holland District Council's planning committee will consider a report which recommends approval of the development by Spalding-based Ashwood Homes, despite objections over the loss of a "buffer zone" between residential and industrial sites in Crowland.


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