Plan may see 11 homes built on site of grand 1970s house in Scartho
ELEVEN new homes could replace a single 1970s dwelling in Scartho if planning is approved.
Cyden Homes has submitted a planning application to North East Lincolnshire Council for the development on Boundary Farm.
The previous owner of the land, who also owned a grand 1970s detached property, has sold it all to the company after deciding to move elsewhere.
As part of the planning application, a mixture of detached and semi-detached two-, three- and four-bedroom properties has been proposed.
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Prices will range from £125,000 to £250,000.
Developers say homes such as these will meet the requirements set by Government who want to see more homes built at affordable prices for families.
Dave Logan, technical director at Cyden Homes, said: "We chose this site because it is a popular location within the town and will generate a lot of interest from buyers.
"If we get the go-ahead on our application then we anticipate to have at least six of the 11 homes built by the end of the year.
"The remaining five will be done the year after.
"We plan to knock down the 1970s building currently standing as it has no architectural merit and is in great need of repair and renovation.
"Its retention would not provide any architectural feature or add interest to the proposed development."
Boundary Farm, located off Waltham Road, Grimsby, lies adjacent to the existing residential area close to Scartho centre.
The plans also include off-street parking attached to individual homes and also on street parking for visitors and residents.
Mr Logan said: "We have already spoken to some neighbours near the site and as yet there have been no objections made.
"As housing developers our aim is to carry on looking for sites across North East Lincolnshire which would be suitable for future building."
A decision by the planning committee is set to be made on April 12, keep checking your Grimsby Telegraph for further updates.