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Lincs Gateway Business Park scheme suffers a blow after planning permission for new housing is refused

A multi-million pound business park on the edge of Spalding could be delayed indefinitely after plans for a housing development were turned down.

Spalding-based developers Ashwood Homes has indicated that it is likely to appeal against a decision to refuse planning permission for up to 43 two, three and four-bedroom homes on land off the A16 and B1173 Cowbit Road, part of the proposed Lincs Gateway Business Park.

Consultants acting for Ashwood Homes warned South Holland District Council, whose planning committee voted against the housing development on Wednesday, that the business park would not be built "in the foreseeable future" without the new homes as part of the site.

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