Work to start on 3,000 new homes in North Lincolnshire later this year

WCN Editorial Team 19 Jul 2016 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Construction is set to begin later this year on the construction of 3,000 new homes in North Lincolnshire, UK.

The new homes are part of the £1.3bn Lincolnshire Lakes development west of the M181.

The development — set to be the largest residential-led regeneration scheme in the north of England — will cover 5,100 acres of land and create six new villages on the outskirts of Scunthorpe.

The project will involve the construction of a new business park, a football stadium, 7,739 new homes, leisure facilities, shopping centres, schools, cafes, pubs, hotels and restaurants.

Plans will also include major improvements to the existing roads, including two new junctions that will help reduce congestion in busy areas, and a £13M flood defence enhancement scheme along the River Trent.

Due to the size of the scheme, KMG Lucent Fund and Maltgrade have filed separate planning applications. North Lincolnshire Council has already approved four applications submitted by KMG Lucent Fund and will consider three applications from Maltgrade on 27 July 2016.

The project is expected to create 5,000 jobs in the region.

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