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Plans approved for homes at former Long Sutton haulage yard


By Spalding Reporter


Planners have given the green light to the transformation of a former haulage yard into a mixed housing development.

The proposals by Kaplan Property Group for the 2.6-acre site in Station Road, Long Sutton, feature a mix of two-storey housing, providing one, two and three-bedroom homes for rent and shared ownership.

Michael Gisborne, property director at Kaplan Property Group (KPG), said: "The scheme has been designed in close consultation with South Holland District Council with a mix of house types and tenure to meet demonstrable local housing need."

An artist's impression of the development.
An artist's impression of the development.

Kaplan Property Group specialises in the delivery of mixed tenure housing across central England.

Working in partnership with Waterloo Housing Group, Station Road, Long Sutton, forms part of a wider development programme in South Holland with further significant schemes in the pipeline for a start this summer.

Mr Gisborne added: The district of South Holland represents an important location to KPG and we will continue to work closely with the local authority to aid delivery of our wider programme commitments. It is critical for us to identify and respond to location specific requirements.

"We are pleased to have handed construction to principle contractor Geda Construction, ensuring delivery of high quality and much needed homes for the community of South Holland. Details of our other projects within South Holland will be announced shortly."

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