Plans for 64 new affordable homes on the edge of Sleaford have been submitted to North Kesteven District Council.
Construction company Lindum Group and housing provider Longhurst Group are seeking permission to build the houses, which would sit in the wider Handley Chase development.
Thirty of the homes would be offered for sale on a shared ownership basis while 34 would be available for affordable rent. It would include a mix of two, three and four-bedroomed properties.
The application site forms part of the ongoing Handley Chase development, which was approved in July 2015. The wider scheme involves creating a Sustainable Urban Extension (SUE) to Sleaford including 1,450 houses, a new school and commercial space.
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