31 January 2018
Plans for 14 new homes in the Lincolnshire village of Ancaster have been given the go ahead with work due to start in early 2018.
The submitted proposals will see a former garage and petrol station transformed into a residential development alongside a new Co-Op store which opened in 2016.
Local agent Pygott & Crone looked after the land sale and is marketing the properties, which include a range of two and three bedroom homes.
Director of Wheatcroft Land, Catherine Haward said: “We are delighted to have achieved planning permission to bring these 14 new homes to Ancaster. The Co-Op store opened last year, totally changing the face of this former petrol station site, and this is the final part of that.
“We are hoping that work will start on site during the early part of 2018 and are really looking forward to getting this exciting project underway.
“The demand for housing across the UK is huge and that is no different in Lincolnshire, with house prices across the region creeping up so it was a great time for us to move into the residential market.”
The development will comprise 14 properties of two and three bedrooms with a combination of both terraced and semi-detached properties throughout.
Tim Downing, director at Pygott & Crone, said: “This is a fantastic scheme and we’re delighted to be marketing such a significant development for Ancaster. The development will comprise two and three bedroom homes, with both terraced and semi-detached properties starting at £150,000.
“We have significant experience in the local market – having been established in Lincolnshire for more than 25 years – and I’m confident that these properties won’t stay on the market for long so would advise anyone who may be interested to get in touch with our Grantham office.”
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