Are 41 affordable homes set to be built in Boston?



Proposals have been put forward for 41 new affordable family homes for rent to be built on a site off Blue Street, Boston.

Housing association Waterloo Housing Group have put forward a planning application for the area – a disused industrial site.

If passed, the scheme would see two and three-storey homes being constructed.

The site sits adjacent to Spalding Road and is flanked on three sides by Nelson Way to the south, and Blue Street to the east and north. The western boundary of the site faces the rear gardens of a row of Victorian terraces along King Street.

The company’s design access statement for the plans stated: “We have tried to keep the overall scale of these larger units down to a minimum by utilising the roof space, effectively creating a series of two-and-a-half storey dwellings.

“We have made an effort to provide two and two-and-a-half storey dwellings throughout the site to provide an interesting streetscape and limit the apppearance of an overbearing development against the adjacent two-storey buildings surrounding the site.”

Waterloo Housing Group would administer and maintain the properties when constructed




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