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Plans for 100 new homes on the outskirts of Boston submitted to Boston Borough Council





Plans to build more than 100 new homes on the outskirts of Boston have been submitted to Boston Borough Council.

The development proposed by Boston New Homes Limited is set to feature 102 new dwellings located on White House Lane, comprising a varied selection of market-rate and affordable housing units.

The plans also detail a mix of housing options, including four one-bedroom units, 48 two-bedroom houses, 46 three-bedroom homes, and four four-bedroom units. Notably, 21 of these homes are designated as affordable housing.

An aerial view of the site
An aerial view of the site

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Although planning permission for 83 dwellings on this site was approved in 2018, those plans were not realised.

The proposed site layout also dedicates approximately 17.5% of the total area to public open space, enhancing community access and environmental quality.

In its design and access statement, the applicant wrote: “The development is designed to be as accessible as possible and comply with relevant legislation on access. The logical, legible layout that is proposed will serve to ensure that the local environment is safe and convenient for all road users and has good public transport links.

The proposed layout of the site
The proposed layout of the site
View from southern end of site on White House Lane
View from southern end of site on White House Lane

“On this basis, it is considered that the proposed design is sustainable. The proposal will provide positive economic and social benefits for the local area and the wider borough.”

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