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Appeal: Housing development would make best use of historic site


Permission has been given for the development of 155 residential units and community allotments on land previously associated with the manor house Sudbrooke Holme, in Lincolnshire, after an inspector took issue with the council’s reliance on figures within a draft local plan to demonstrate a five-year housing supply.

The 18-hectare site also has evidence of being used as an army camp during the Second World War.

The proposal includes plans for 130 homes and 25 apartments for retirement living; the latter would be built on the approximate site of Sudbrooke Holme, itself demolished some years ago. The proposal also includes land for a new public house/restaurant and a significant area of public open spa.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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