Two plans passed to deliver up to 61 homes in Boston

Plans for 41 houses on the former Pilgrim Frozen Foods site.

Plans for 41 houses on the former Pilgrim Frozen Foods site.

Plans to build up to 61 new homes in Boston were passed at a Boston Borough Council committee meeting on Wednesday.

The first application to be granted permission was an outline application to build a maximum of 20 houses at the site of the former Phoenix Poultry Farm, on Swineshead Road, Wyberton. The plans include a bridge over the New Hammond Beck drain for entry to the site.

Concerns were raised by councillors over the effect on nearby properties and it was agreed to request the bridge be built as close to a roundabout to the east as possible to stop lights glaring into residential properties opposite.

The second application was for the construction of 41 new affordable houses and a new road, off Blue Street, in Boston.

The development includes eleven separate semi-detached or terraced blocks of two and two-and-a-half storey houses including one, two and three bedroom homes and an open space.

Concerns were raised over the view of neighbours gardens and increased traffic, adding to people who use the area for free parking.

The council also agreed to a site visit in relation to an application for nine houses to be built off Carmel Green, Boston.




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