Gleeson to bring 152 affordable, quality new homes to Ingoldmells
Gleeson has been granted planning permission to build 152 homes off Anchor Lane in Ingoldmells, Lincolnshire.
The development, which will be known as The Shorelands, will see the 12.51 acre plot of land transformed into beautiful, high quality, low cost 2, 3 and 4 bedroom semi-detached and detached homes. The Shorelands will complete the partially built Kier development and will help to regenerate the area, creating an exciting new community located less than a 20 minute walk from the centre of the popular coastal resort.
With house prices on the development anticipated to start at just £141,995 for a 2 bedroom semi-detached home, Gleeson expects these homes to be highly attractive to local first-time buyers, families, and downsizers.
Construction at The Shorelands is anticipated to start in April 2023 and is scheduled to finish in January 2028. The first homes will be released for sale next spring, with the first residents expected to move into their new home later in the year. The development’s sales centre and three show homes are also expected to open in late-2023.
Gleeson is currently accepting applications for its Community Matters initiative, supporting local community projects and youth sports clubs. Organisations can request an application form by emailing: email@example.com.
Wayne Sutton, Regional Managing Director of Yorkshire East said:
“We are extremely excited to have secured this development, demonstrating our commitment to building affordable, quality homes throughout Lincolnshire.
“We build traditional homes that will complement the surrounding residential area, resulting in a collection of much-needed low cost 2,3 and 4 bedroom semi-detached and detached homes for both first time buyers and home movers.
“We will be employing an on-site workforce that will mainly consist of local labour and contractors and would like to hear from qualified construction personnel and quality contractors who are interested in being part of this exciting new development.”