Central Lincolnshire Local Plan Review - Proposed Submission Local Plan

Proposed Submission Local Plan

13 Site Allocations

13.0.1 The following section identifies the sites being allocated to deliver the Local Plan requirement for 23,320 to 29,150 new dwellings between 2018 and 2040 and other sites which are identified as likely to undergo some change during the plan period.

13.1 13.0.2 Sites being allocated in this plan have been assessed against a site selection process which is set out in the supporting Evidence Report, which explains the detailed methodology and site selection criteria.

13.1 Housing Trajectory

13.1.1 Details of the geographic distribution and planning status of sites making up the supply are provided in Table 1.

13.1.2 In Table 1, column (a) presents the approximate dwellings requirement figure based on the growth and distribution targets set out in Policy S2, for which provision must be made over the period 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2040, broken down according to the location in the first column.

13.1.3 Column (b) provides details of the net dwellings completed between 1 April 2018 and 31 March 2020 – the latest available monitoring date.

13.1.4 Column (c) provides details of sites with permission for fewer than 10 dwellings at 31 March 2020. This Local Plan does not allocate sites for fewer than 10 dwellings.

13.1.5 Column (d) provides details of sites with permission for 10 or more dwellings at 31 March 2020. This includes sites allocated in the 2017 Local Plan.  Sites with extant permission for 10 or more dwellings are included as allocations in Policies S76-S82.

13.1.6 Column (e) provides details of the number of homes on allocated sites in this plan that did not have planning permission at 31 March 2020. This includes allocated sites in the 2017 Local Plan which are being carried forward into this plan.

13.1.7 Column (f) identifies the number of dwellings expected to come forward through windfall development on small sites in Lincoln. At present no allowance is made for any additional dwellings on other sites outside of Lincoln, although the plan provides a flexible framework for such sites to come forward.

13.1.8 Column (g) shows the number of dwellings that are expected to come forward during the plan period from all of the sources in columns (b) to (f) for each area of distribution and for all of Central Lincolnshire. It is important to note that some SUEs are expected to continue to deliver beyond the plan period – this additional long term development is not included in this table.

13.1.9 Column (h) then shows the relationship between the expected delivery in column (g) against the strategic distribution in column (a). This shows that overall there is a surplus against the requirement of 8,495 dwellings against the lower end of the housing requirement range, and a surplus of 2,665 dwellings against the higher end of the housing requirement range, across Central Lincolnshire.  Such a buffer is useful and appropriate for a plan with a 20 year time period, as it allows for a degree of flexibility in the plan, including any losses (demolition) which may occur or any sites which do not deliver as much or as quickly as expected.

13.1.10 In addition to the geographic distribution and planning status of allocated sites, information about the expected timescales for delivery of each of the site allocations in this plan is provided to show the chronological distribution of housing throughout the plan period – this is known as a housing trajectory. To inform this trajectory an estimate has been made as to when each site will actually deliver units on the ground. These estimates are then combined to create an overall trajectory of all sites for Central Lincolnshire. The trajectory is provided in Table 2 and Figure 1.

Distribution of housing and site status break down

Table 1: Geographic Distribution and Planning Status of Housing Supply in Central Lincolnshire 2018-2040

 

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

 

Local Plan Strategic Distribution 2018-2040

Completions 2018-2021

Small sites with permission at 31 March 2021

Allocations and other large sites with permission at 31 March 2021

Allocations without permission at 31 March 2021

Growth assumptions from windfall

Total during plan period 2018-2040

Difference from Local Plan Strategic Distribution

Lincoln Strategy Area

18,656

64%

2,850

 634

 7,357

9,331

 931

21,113

 2,447

Gainsborough

3,498

12%

222

 25

 2,744

112

 -  

 3,103

-395

Sleaford

3,498

12%

330

 27

 2,293

817

 -  

 3,467

 -31

Elsewhere

3,498

12%

708

 766

 1,986

1,539

 -  

 4,999

 1,501

Total

29,150

100%

4,110

 1,452

 14,380

 11,799

 931

 32,672

3,522

The location of new dwellings 2018 to 2040 considered against the distribution in Policy S2

  1. – see Local Plan Policy S2 for details of housing requirement and distribution
  2. – dwelling completions from 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2021
  3. – dwellings on sites with permission at 31 March 2021 for fewer than 10 dwellings
  4. – dwellings on sites with permission at 31 March 2021 for 10 or more dwellings
  5. – dwellings on sites allocated in Local Plan Policies S76-S82 without permission at 31 March 2021.
  6. – dwellings anticipated from small sites in Lincoln urban area once small sites with permission have delivered – 75 dwellings per year
  7. – total number of dwellings expected in geographic area in the plan period of 2018-2040
  8. – amount over or under the strategic distribution figure in column (a)

Local Plan Housing Trajectory Table

Table 2: Housing Trajectory Table for Central Lincolnshire 2018-2040

Table 2 distribution

Table note: the table has been colour coded to differentiate between different phases of the plan period as follows:

  • Grey – Years 1-3 (2018-2021) have been delivered.
  • Green – Year 4 (2021/22) is the current monitoring year at the time of the plan being finalised for consultation and submission.
  • Blue – Years 5-9 (2022-2027) is the five year period from the plan being finalised and submitted.
  • Yellow – Years 10-22 (2027-2040) is the remainder of the plan period.
  • Orange – Total delivery across the plan period.

Local Plan Housing Trajectory Graph

Figure 1: Local Plan Housing Trajectory Graph 2018-2040

Trajectory

13.2 Residential Site Allocations

13.2.1 Policies S76-S82 provide details of sites being allocated for residential development. With the exception of Policy S76 which deals with the residential development expected at SUEs, the sites are separated out by position in the Settlement Hierarchy as is set out in Policy S1.

13.2.2 In Policies S77-S82, each site allocated for residential development has a figure in the column headed ‘Indicative dwellings during plan period 2018-2040’. For sites with permission the figure is the total number of dwellings with planning permission on the site or, if the site is already under construction, it is accompanied by the remaining number of dwellings (as at 1 April 2021) still to be completed in accordance with the permission. Where the site is without planning permission, the figure is in most cases an estimate based on the size of the site, an assumption about the net developable area, and an assumption about the net residential density which would be appropriate for the area in which the site is located. However, there are a few exceptions to this where information in pending applications, or in design-led schemes that have been submitted to a district for example, has been agreed as being more appropriate than the density assumptions. There is a full explanation of the assumptions made in the published Evidence Report.

13.2.3 The indicative numbers of dwellings are used to demonstrate how the Local Plan requirement can be met. It is emphasised that they are only ‘indicative’, and do not represent a fixed policy target for each individual site.

13.2.4 Developers are encouraged to produce the most appropriate design-led solution, taking all relevant Local Plan policies and national policy into account, in arriving at a total dwelling figure for their site, and they need not be constrained by the figure that appears in the column headed ‘indicative dwelling figure’.

13.2.5 The site allocations policies are separated out to distinguish between SUEs and then by tier of the Settlement Hierarchy and within each policy sites are sorted alphabetically by district and then settlement name.

Residential Development from Sustainable Urban Extensions (SUEs)

13.2.6 Policy S76 relating to the SUEs should be read in conjunction with the overall SUEs Policies S69-S71.

Policy S76: Residential Development on Sustainable Urban Extensions

The following sites, as identified on the Policies Map, are allocated as SUEs for mixed use development in accordance with the SUEs Policies in Chapter 12.

Ref

Site name/address

Area (ha)

Expected dwellings during plan period 2018-2040*

Indicative total dwellings

COL/ABB/001

North East Quadrant, Land at Greetwell area, Lincoln

82.9

1,400

1,400

COL/BOU/001

Western Growth Corridor, Lincoln

355

Up to 3,200

3,200

NK/CAN/003

South East Quadrant Canwick Heath

463.5

Up to 3,400

6,000

NK/NHYK/001

South West Quadrant, Land at Grange Farm, Lincoln

133.5

Up to 1,300

2,000

WL/GAIN/001

Gainsborough Northern Neighbourhood SUE

128.9

Up to 750

2,500

WL/GAIN/015

Gainsborough Southern Neighbourhood SUE

143

Up to 1,500

2,500

NK/SLEA/014

Sleaford South Quadrant (“Handley Chase”)

59.8

1,450

1,450

NK/SLEA/015

Sleaford West Quadrant, The Drove

72.9

Up to 900

1,450

Total

Up to 13,900

18,000

13.2.7 * Whilst it is not expected that all dwellings on each of the Sustainable Urban Extensions will be delivered within the plan period this figure should not be viewed as a ceiling for delivery.

Residential Site Allocations

13.2.8 Within the following policies S77-S82 the final column also includes some site specific policy requirements for the delivery of some sites in addition to other policy requirements. These are included where it is necessary to make the delivery of the site acceptable in principle.  Where this is empty for a site, the policies of the development plan should be applied.

Policy S77: Housing Sites in the Lincoln Urban Area

The following sites, as identified on the Policies Map, are allocated primarily for residential development within the Lincoln Urban Area:

Ref

Site name/address

Site Area (ha)

Planning status

Indicative dwellings during plan period (2018 -2040)*

Site specific requirements (e.g. what is needed to be achieved on the site to make it acceptable – may be left blank on some sites)

COL/ABB/002

Former Main Hospital Complex, St Anne's Road, Lincoln

0.98

None

50

 

COL/BIRCH/001

Land to the rear of Birchwood Centre, Lincoln

3.21

Has planning permission

49

 

COL/BOU/002

Monson Arms Skellingthorpe Road Lincoln

0.27

Has planning permission

10

 

COL/BOU/003

Former Victory Public House, Boultham Park Road, Lincoln

0.27

Has planning permission

14

 

COL/CAR/004

Church at Long Leys Road, Lincoln

0.46

Has planning permission

10

 

COL/CAR/005

128-130 Carholme Road, Lincoln

0.08

Has planning permission

14

 

COL/CAS/001

Land North of Ermine West (Queen Elizabeth Road), Lincoln

13.52

Has planning permission

303

 

COL/GLE/001

Land off Wolsey Way, Lincoln

1.08

Has planning permission

14

 

COL/MIN/001

Roman Gate 2, Land off Flavian Road, Lincoln

2.17

None

60

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

COL/MIN/003

Romangate Development, land at Nettleham Road, Lincoln

6.36

Under construction

159 (124 remaining)

 

COL/MIN/005

Land at Cathedral Quarry, Riseholme Road, Lincoln

2.74

None

40

  • Contaminated land assessment required
  • A scheme for the retention / enhancement of biodiversity on site will be required
  • A scheme for the retention and maintenance of bunds and the retention and maintenance of trees will be required.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Any planning application will be required to satisfy the requirements of the County Council mineral planning conditions and satisfactorily address the Site Specific Minerals Safeguarding Area.

COL/MIN/006

Land at Nettleham Road, (Junction with Searby Road), Lincoln

1.14

None

39

 

COL/MOOR/001

Land North of Hainton Road, Lincoln (known as Rookery Lane site)

1.14

Has planning permission

40

 

NK/AUB/001A

Land at Thorpe Lane, South Hykeham Fosseway

5.2

Has planning permission

144

 

NK/WAD/004a

Land south of Station Road, Waddington Low Fields

10.7

None

321

  • Development to be sensitive to views into/out of/across the AGLV to CA in Waddington Cliff.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • A Transport Assessment and Travel Plan will be required. A contribution to the Lincoln Southern bypass will be required.
  • Development will be required to address any additional infrastructure requirements including primary school and health care.

NK/WAD/025

Land off Palm Road, Brant Road, Waddington Low Fields

1.06

Has planning permission

20

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

WL/NHAM/001

Land West of Nettleham Road, Lincoln (Romangate)

3.78

Under construction

97 (76  remaining)

 

WL/NHAM/033

Land off Wolsey Way (Nettleham Fields), Lincoln

16.66

Under construction

243 (173 remaining)

 

WL/RISE/001

Land off Millbeck Drive, Lincoln

1.34

None

46

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

* The number in brackets is the number of dwellings remaining at 1 April 2021. All figures are net to take account of any dwellings lost.

Policy S78: Housing Sites in the Main Towns

The following sites, as identified on the Policies Map, are allocated primarily for residential development within the Main Towns:

Ref

Site name/address

Site Area (ha)

Planning status

Indicative dwellings during plan period (2018-2040)*

Site specific requirements (e.g. what is needed to be achieved on the site to make it acceptable – may be left blank on some sites)

NK/KIRK/004

The Hoplands Depot, Boston Road, Sleaford

1.84

None

 37

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area

NK/SLEA/002

Land to the East of CL1013, Poplar Farm, South of A17, Sleaford

25.5

Under construction

315

 

NK/SLEA/016

Land west of London Road, Sleaford

1.09

Under construction

187

 

NK/SLEA/017

Land off Grantham Road, Sleaford

14.84

Under construction

377

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/SLEA/018

Land to the rear of Grantham Road car park, Grantham Road, Sleaford

0.51

Has planning permission

12

 

WL/GAIN/003

Land south of the Belt Road, Gainsborough

3.39

Under construction

80

 

WL/GAIN/005

Riverside North Housing Zone, Japan Road, Gainsborough

4.29

Under construction

138

 

WL/GAIN/007

Land west of The Avenue, Gainsborough

2.87

Has planning permission

43

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search

WL/GAIN/008

Land west of Horsley Road, Gainsborough

2.03

Has planning permission

49

 

WL/GAIN/013

Former Middlefield School, Middlefield Road, Gainsborough

7.26

Under construction

 95

 

WL/GAIN/014

Former Environment Agency Office, Corringham Road, Gainsborough

1.15

None

34

  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search

WL/GAIN/019

Gateway Riverside Housing Zone, Gainsborough

6.12

Has planning permission

220

 

WL/GAIN/020

AMP Rose Housing Zone, Gainsborough

2.28

Planning application submitted

78

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search
  • Within a Site Specific Minerals Safeguarding Area
  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – proposals on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

WL/GAIN/021

Former Castle Hills Community College Site, Gainsborough

7.64

Has planning permission

112

  • Within a Sand and Gravels Area of Search

WL/GAIN/022

Former Ropery Inn, 202 Ropery Road, Gainsborough

0.11

Has planning permission

14

 

WL/GAIN/023

The Maltings, 2b Lea Road, Gainsborough

0.16

Under construction

15

 

WL/GAIN/024

Land to the rear of 227 - 257 Lea Road, Gainsborough

0.52

Has planning permission

16

 

WL/GAIN/025

The Beckett School, Whites Wood Lane, Gainsborough

0.65

Under construction

25

 

WL/GAIN/026

Land at Marshalls Rise, off Spring Gardens, Gainsborough

0.66

Under construction

39

 

* The number in brackets is the number of dwellings remaining at 1 April 2021. All figures are net to take account of any dwellings lost.

Policy S79: Housing Sites in the Market Towns

The following sites, as identified on the Policies Map, are allocated primarily for residential development within the Market Towns:

Ref

Site name/address

Site Area (ha)

Planning status

Indicative dwellings during plan period (2018-2040)*

Site specific requirements (e.g. what is needed to be achieved on the site to make it acceptable – may be left blank on some sites)

WL/CAI/001

Land to the South of North Kelsey Road, Caistor

5.9

None

135

  • Within a Site specific Minerals Safeguarding

WL/CAI/002

Land at Sunnyside, west of Tennyson Close, Caistor

2.7

None

60

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – proposals on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

WL/CAI/007

Caistor Hospital Site, North Kelsey Road, Caistor

5.48

Under construction

151 (51 remaining)

 

WL/CAI/008

Land adjacent and to the rear of Roman Ridge on Brigg Road, Caistor

2.21

Has planning permission

69

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications  on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

WL/MARK/001

Land adjacent to Davens Court, Legsby Road, Market Rasen

1.84

None

55

  • Development will be required to provide frontage pedestrian footway with cross over points to link to existing footway on Legsby Road.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Development to address low voltage power lines across the site

WL/MARK/002

Land off Linwood Road & The Ridings, Market Rasen

5.91

Has planning permission

131

 

WL/MARK/003

Land to the east of Gordon Field & south of Chapel Street, adjoining Market Rasen Railway Station

1.39

None

36

  • Development to be sensitive to the setting of adjacent listed buildings

WL/MARK/007

Land at Highfield, Linwood Road, Market Rasen

0.91

None

27

 

WL/MARK/008A

Land north of Willingham Road, south-west of Glebe Farm, Market Rasen

4.42

Has planning permission

48

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4.

WL/MARK/010

Field between properties known as "Mayfield" & "Wodelyn Cottage", Linwood Road, Market Rasen

1.82

Has planning permission

45

 

WL/MARK/011

Land west of Linwood Road, Market Rasen

1.14

Under construction

32

 

WL/MIDR/016

Land north of Gallamore Lane, Market Rasen

3.45

Planning application submitted

71

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – proposals on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

WL/MIDR/018

Land east of Caistor Road, Market Rasen

16.67

Has planning permission

300

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

* The number in brackets is the number of dwellings remaining at 1 April 2021. All figures are net to take account of any dwellings lost.

Policy S80: Housing Sites in Large Villages

The following sites, as identified on the Policies Map, are allocated primarily for residential development within Large Villages:

Ref

Site name/address

Site Area (ha)

Planning Status

Indicative dwellings during plan period (2018-2040)*

Site specific requirements (e.g. what is needed to be achieved on the site to make it acceptable – may be left blank on some sites)

NK/BBH/003

Land South of Bracebridge Heath

11.82

Has planning permission

241

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/BBH/005

St Johns Hospital, Bracebridge Heath

6.9

Under construction

130 (123 remaining)

 

NK/BIL/002

Land to the East of Mill Lane, Billinghay

2.88

Under construction

65 (46 remaining)

  • Development to provide pedestrian and cycle connectivity routes across BIL/003, 004, 005 and 006.

NK/BIL/003

Billinghay Field, Mill Lane, Billinghay

6.86

None

154

  • Development to provide pedestrian and cycle connectivity routes across BIL/002, 004, 005 and 006.
  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – proposals on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

NK/BIL/004

Land to the south of the Whyche, Billinghay

4.35

None

98

  • Development to provide pedestrian and cycle connectivity routes across BIL/003, 004, 005 and 006.
  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – proposals on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

NK/BIL/005

Land off Park Lane, Billinghay

2.9

None

65

  • Development to provide pedestrian and cycle connectivity routes across BIL/002, 003, 004 and 006.
  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – proposals on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

NK/BIL/006a

Land to the rear of 79 & 79a Walcott Road, Billinghay

1.52

None

33

  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area
  • Access preferred via adjoining allocations to the west and south (BIL/002/BIL/003)
  • Development to provide pedestrian and cycle connectivity routes across BIL/002, 003, 004, 005 and 006.

NK/BIL/007

Land to the Rear and South of 27-45 High Street,
Billinghay

2.07

Has planning permission

33

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter application  on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

NK/BIL/012

Land off West Street, Billinghay

5.03

Has planning permission

128

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4.

NK/BRAN/007

Land to the west of Station Road and north of Nettleton Close, Branston

1.64

None

35

  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area
  • Site to be accessed via adjoining adjacent allocation to the south and east (BRAN/012)
  • Public Right of Way to be retained
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/BRAN/012

Land to West of Station Road Branston

4.56

Under construction

109

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/HEC/004

Land off Sleaford Road, Heckington

2.05

None

38

  • Provide pedestrian footway connecting to existing footway opposite.
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site.
  • Sewer pipe crossing through, improvements to treatment capacity may be required.

NK/HEC/007

Land east of Kyme Road, Heckington

1.06

Under construction

33

  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Planning permission 20/0741/FUL granted Oct 2020 for 33 affordable homes.
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Access preferred via Welchman Way, no direct access to public highway.

NK/MET/003

Land Northwest of village, Metheringham

15.33

Under construction

329

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/NAV/005a

Land at Winton Road and off High Dyke, Navenby

3.53

Under construction

77 (62 remaining)

  • Within a Limestone Minerals Safeguarding Area

NK/NAV/007

Land at Top Farm
Green Man Road,
Navenby

5

Under construction

127 (32 remaining)

 

NK/RUSK/005a

Land east of Lincoln Road, Ruskington

7.24

Under construction

190

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area

NK/RUSK/007

Land North of Ruskington

7.63

None

172

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area

NK/RUSK/018

Land North of Whitehouse Road, Ruskington

3.24

Has planning permission

73

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area

NK/SKEL/001

Land south of Woodbank, Skellingthorpe

4.23

Has planning permission

94

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search

NK/SKEL/007

Land east of Lincoln Road, Skellingthorpe

10.52

Has planning permission

280

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search

NK/SKEL/015

Manor Farm, Church Road, Skellingthorpe

1.5

Under construction

51

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search

NK/SKEL/016

Land South of Ferry Lane, Skellingthorpe

4.64

Under construction

100 (62 remaining)

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search

NK/WAD/014

Land off Grantham Road, South of Millers Road, Waddington

3.03

Under construction

91 (60 remaining)

 

NK/WAD/015

Land east of Grantham Road, Waddington

4.39

None

82

  • Scheme to be designed with RAF/MOD safety requirements – MOD to be consulted on any SUDs/open space/open water in relation to bird strike risk; to be of conventional brick and tile construction; noise buffer to be included (tree heights limited on eastern part of site); heights to eastern boundary limited to 6m; removal of permitted development rights for photovoltaic panels to two storey dwellings on eastern part of site.
  • Pedestrian links required
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/WAD/023

Land off Grantham Road / High Dike, north of Waddington

6.22

Under construction

187 (76 remaining)

 

NK/WAD/024

Land To The East Of Grantham Road
Waddington

9.3

Under construction

139 (79 remaining)

 

NK WASH/003

Land off Pitt Road and Church Hill, Washingborough

4.45

Under construction

98 (53 remaining)

 

NK/WASH/006

Land South Of Fen Road
Washingborough

8.6

Has planning permission

185

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area

NK/WSH/002

Land to the north of Witham St. Hughs (Phase 3)

69.1

Has planning permission

1,250

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search

WL/BARD/012A

Land to the north of Abbey Road and Wragby Road, Bardney

2.88

None

54

  • Partially within Sand and Gravel Minerals Safeguarding Area
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Potential to provide additional community facilities as part of development
  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – proposals on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

WL/BARD/020

Land at Field Lane, East of Wragby Road, Bardney

3.44

Under construction

65  

  • Within a Sand and Gravels Minerals Safeguarding Area

WL/BARD/021

Phase Three, Manor Farm Development, Horncastle Road and south of Station Road, Bardney

7

Under construction

162 (118 remaining)

 

WL/CW/001

Land North of Rudgard Avenue, Cherry Willingham

5.17

Planning application submitted

97

  • Development to be completed as Phase 1
  • Development to provide pedestrian and cycle connectivity routes across CW/002 and 003.

WL/CW/002

Land East of Rudgard Avenue, Cherry Willingham

5.93

None

133

  • Development to be completed as Phase 2 once Phase 1 completed.
  • Development to provide pedestrian and cycle connectivity routes across CW/001 and 003.

WL/CW/003

Land East of Thornton Way, Cherry Willingham

8.87

None

200

  • Development to be completed as Phase 3 once Phase 1 and 2 completed.
  • Development to provide pedestrian and cycle connectivity routes across CW/001 and 002.

WL/CW/009

"Land at Eastfield Rise Farm", Fiskerton Road, Cherry Willingham

29.25

Has planning permission

155

  • Within a Sand and Gravels Mineral Safeguarding Area
  • An archaeology assessment will be required.
  • A scheme of housing development on the site shall only be for the purposes of enabling the adjoining marina development, cycle bridge, public open space and footways.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

WL/DUNH/010

Land south of Honeyholes Lane, north of Waltham House, Dunholme

3.38

None

63

  • Provide pedestrian footway connecting to existing footway on Honeyholes Lane.
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area

WL/DUNH/011

Land North of Honeyholes Lane, Dunholme

3.3

Under construction

64 (56 remaining)

 

WL/DUNH/012

Land to the South Honeyholes Lane (Lincoln Road), Dunholme

8.56

Under construction

264 (211 remaining)

 

WL/KEE/001

Land south of Stallingborough Road, Keelby

3.83

Has planning permission

80

 

WL/KEE/003

Land at Church Lane, Keelby

4.45

None

100

 

WL/NHAM/010

Land off Larch Avenue (rear of 67 Sudbrooke Lane), Nettleham

2.44

None

46

  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Development to address proximity of sewage treatment works and provide mitigation.
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/NHAM/011

East of Brookfield Avenue, Nettleham

3.04

None

57

  • Development to provide pedestrian and cycle connectivity routes across NHAM/018.
  • Development to avoid areas within Flood Zone 3
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Access to be provided via adjoining adjacent allocation to the south.
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/NHAM/018

Neighbourhood Plan Allocation C - East of Brookfield Avenue, North of The Hawthorns, Nettleham

2.79

None

63

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/NHAM/024a

Land north of Lechler Close, Nettleham

3.84

None

72

  • Provide pedestrian footway connecting to existing footway on Scothern Road
  • Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/NHAM/032

Linelands, Neighbourhood Plan Allocation D - All Saints Lane, Nettleham

0.38

None

30

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area
  • Development to be sensitive to the conservation area and the setting of the adjacent listed buildings.

WL/NHAM/034

Land to the rear of 72 Scothern Road, Nettleham

15.06

Has planning permission

68

 

WL/SAXI/004

Land off Sykes Lane, Saxilby

7.17

None

134

  • Access to be provided at south-east corner or if access is to be provided via Sykes Lane it will require widening and may require footpath provision.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Provide frontage footway connecting to existing footway on Sykes Lane.
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.

WL/SAXI/007

Land west of Rutherglen Park, Saxilby

0.82

None

17

  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.

WL/SAXI/013

Land off Church Lane, Saxilby

10.05

Under construction

233 (101 remaining)

 

WL/SAXI/014

Land off Sturton Road, Saxilby

5.74

Under construction

133 (83 remaining)

 

WL/SCO/011

North Moor Road, Scotter

2.05

Has planning permission

51

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4.

WL/SCO/012

Land East of North Moor Road, Scotter

1.68

Planning application submitted

42

 

WL/WELT/001A

Prebend Lane, Welton

10.38

None

195

  • Development of the site will need to address drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Access preferred from Heath Lane
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/WELT/003

Land at The Hardings, Welton

2.26

None

50

 

WL/WELT/007

Land east of Prebend Lane, Welton

4.88

None

104

  • Access preferred from existing allocation to south
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site

WL/WELT/008A

Land north of 77 Eastfield Lane, Welton

5.82

None

109

  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area
  • Site to be phased back after WELT/001A and 007
  • Access preferred via development at adjoining allocation to the west. If access has to be achieved through Eastfield Lane adequate visibility splays will be required and road widening and footway provision may be required.
  • Development of the site will need to address drainage and surface water flood risk on the site

WL/WELT/011

Land to East of Prebend Lane, Welton

28.69

Under construction

288 (261 remaining)

 

* The number in brackets is the number of dwellings remaining at 1 April 2021. All figures are net to take account of any dwellings lost.

Policy S81: Housing Sites in Medium Villages

The following sites, as identified on the Policies Map, are allocated primarily for residential development within Medium Villages:

Ref

Site name/address

Site Area (ha)

Planning status

Indicative dwellings during plan period (2018-2040)*

Site specific requirements (e.g. what is needed to be achieved on the site to make it acceptable – may be left blank on some sites)

NK/BAS/007

Land south of Torgate Road and east of Carlton Road, Bassingham

2.68

None

Site within Neighbourhood Plan

24

  • Local Plan allocation status subject to retention in neighbourhood plan
  • Neighbourhood plan reserve site – in accordance with the adopted Bassingham Neighbourhood Plan only to be delivered from 2026
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/BAS/010

Land at Whites Lane, Bassingham

1.77

None

Site within Neighbourhood Plan

35

  • Local Plan allocation status subject to retention in neighbourhood plan
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area
  • Neighbourhood plan allocation – in accordance with the adopted Bassingham Neighbourhood Plan
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site.
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/DIG/001

Land North of Station Road, Digby

3.08

Part of site under construction

46 (44 remaining)

  • Development to address electricity line within the site
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Provide improvements to pedestrian footway.

NK/DUNS/001

Land off Fen Lane, Dunston

1.49

Part of site has planning permission

25

  • Provide pedestrian footway connecting to the existing footway on Fen Lane.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site Public Right of Way to be retained
  • Design to be linear/frontage of a low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/EAG/005

Land at Back Lane, Eagle

0.94

None

16

  • Highways slight concern over achieving suitable access opposite Fledgling Close.
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Development to be sensitive to the setting of Grade II Listed Village Farmhouse and Grade II Listed Ford Cottage to the west of the site and to the wider setting of other Listed Buildings.
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/GHAL/002

Land at Hall Farm, Great Hale

1.10

Part of site has planning permission

19

  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site.

NK/GREY/001

Orchard House
Rauceby Hospital
Grantham Road South, Greylees

1.96

Has planning permission

40

  • Development scheme to include the retention and maintenance of orchards
  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications  on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

NK/LEAS/001

Land off Meadow Lane, Leasingham

2.01

None

25

  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Access to be via Deepdale Drive. If access has to be achieved via Meadow Lane improvements required including widening, street lighting and provision of pedestrian footpath links.
  • Development to avoid areas within Flood Zone 2 and 3.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site.
  • Scheme to include mitigation of sewage works.
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/LEAS/006

Land north of Moor Lane, Leasingham

5.22

Part of site has planning permission

78

  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Development to avoid areas within Flood Zone 2 and 3
  • Provide pedestrian footway and cycleway connections to existing footway.

NK/POT/007

Land At Station Road & Cross Street, Potterhanworth

0.57

Has planning permission

18

  • Within a Sand and Gravels Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/WELB/006

Borfa-Wen Farm, Hall Orchard Lane, Welbourn

0.5

Has planning permission

14

 

NK/WELL/002A

Land at Highcliffe, Wellingore

0.99

Has planning permission

17

  • Note: 002a also includes the southern section of the site which has extant pp under /73/0520/79.
  • Development to be sensitive to the setting of Grade II Listed Village Cross, Grade II Listed Greystones, Grade II Listed Rovistan House, Grade II Listed Home Farm Cottages and wider setting of other Listed Buildings, Conservation Area and Area of Great Landscape Value.
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/WELL/004

Land at Walnut Tree Field, Off Memorial Hall Drive, Wellingore

1.56

Under construction

13

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/BLYT/006

Land to south of Rowan Drive, Blyton

4.15

None

62

  • Retain and enhance the allotments
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Improvements to highway/access required, including maintaining/enhancing the public right of way and maintaining pedestrian access to Martin’s Close.
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search

WL/FISK/001A

Land North of Corn Close, Fiskerton

8.13

None

122

  • Requirement to engage with local community
  • Public Right of Ways to be retained
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Development to address low voltage power lines along southern boundary
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Access via Corn Close and Hall Lane with improvements and possible footway provision and speed limit extension.
  • Partially within Sand and Gravels Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/HEMC/001

Land south of A631, Hemswell Cliff

7.56

Has planning permission

180

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/HEMC/006

Land north of A631 and east of Minden Place, Hemswell Cliff

6.87

None

Site within Neighbourhood Plan

103

  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/HEMC/007

Lancaster Green, Hemswell Court, Hemswell Cliff

1.08

Under construction

38

 

WL/ING/006

The Old Scrapyard, Stow Lane, Ingham

1.8

Has planning permission

34

 

WL/LEA/003

Land south of Willingham Road, Lea

3.04

Under construction

60

 

WL/MAR/016

Land of Stow Park Road, Marton

4.37

Has planning permission

39

  • Scheme to provide car parking for school and provision of a pedestrian crossing
  • Pylons to be addressed
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Area of Search

WL/MIDR/002

Gainsborough Road, Middle Rasen (North & West of the Nags Head Public House), Middle Rasen

1.21

None

21

  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Public Right of Way to be retained
  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – proposals on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

WL/NTON/003

Land north of Moortown Road, Nettleton

1.96

Has planning permission

25

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

WL/SC/003

Land to the southwest of Main Street, Scothern

3.07

None

53

  • Site only to be developed following full decommission of neighbouring biomass plant.

WL/SC/004A

Land off Jupiter Drive, Scothern

2.72

None

41

  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.

WL/STUR/003

Land at High Street, south of School Lane, Sturton by Stow

1.76

None

30

  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Allocated at the point the existing use ceases or finds alternative site
  • Surface water/flood risk to be assessed

WL/STUR/006a

Land south of Gilberts Farm, Saxilby Road and Tillbridge Lane, Sturton by Stow

2.62

None

39

  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site

WL/STUR/007

Land adj. Obam Lift Services Ltd, Tillbridge Lane, Sturton by Stow

0.7

Has planning permission

10

 

WL/STUR/008

Land at Queensway, Sturton by Stow

0.38

Has planning permission

14

 

WL/SUD/002

Sudbrooke Farm, Sudbrooke

20.93

Under construction

155 (140 remaining)

 

WL/WAD/007

Land west and north of 4 Kirton Road, Waddingham

2.28

None

Site in Neighbourhood Plan

34

  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Development to address low voltage lines
  • Uniform row of trees to be retained
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/WAD/008

Land south of Kirton Road, Waddingham

0.91

None

Site in Neighbourhood Plan

15

  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Public right of way to be retained
  • Within a Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

* The number in brackets is the number of dwellings remaining at 1 April 2021. All figures are net to take account of any dwellings lost.

Policy S82: Housing Sites in Small Villages

The following sites, as identified on the Policies Map, are allocated primarily for residential development within Small Villages:

Ref

Site name/address

Site Area (ha)

Planning Status

Indicative dwellings during plan period (2018-2040)*

Site specific requirements (e.g. what is needed to be achieved on the site to make it acceptable – may be left blank on some sites)

NK/ANW/001

Land at Anwick Manor, 80 Main Road, Anwick

0.65

Has planning permission

12

  • Within or includes an area of Biodiversity Opportunity – whilst this site has permission, proposals to amend this permission or any future replacement applications or reserved matter applications  on this site should incorporate the relevant Principles for Development within Biodiversity Opportunity Areas set out in Appendix 4

NK/LEAD/001

Station Yard, Cliff Road, Leadenham

1.31

None

22

  • Retention of mature trees to eastern part of site.
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Development to be sensitive to the setting of the Grade II Listed Station House to the south-west of the site.
  • Development to be sensitive to the setting of the Area of Great Landscape Value to the east.
  • Development of the site will need to assess drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Partially within Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/LEAD/002

Land off Main Road, Leadenham

1.08

Has planning permission

25

  • Partially within Limestone Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/MART/001

Land at 114 High Street, Martin

1.08

None

18

  • Development to be sensitive to the setting of the conservation area
  • Design to be low density and keeping with the vernacular of the area
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/MART/008

Land off Mill Lane, Martin

0.69

Has planning permission

14

  • Within a Sand and Gravel Mineral Safeguarding Area

NK/OSB/008

Land south of The Drove, Osbournby

0.69

Has planning permission

16

 

NK/SKYM/006

Home Farm, 73 High Street, South Kyme

0.79

Has planning permission

10

 

NK/SWI/006

Produce World Ltd, Moor Lane, Swinderby

8.3

Has planning permission

140

  • Proposed development brought forward in connection with community support through the terms of planning application 17/0603/OUT, which promoted a mixed use scheme including up to 120 dwellings, 20 units of senior retirement accommodation, 1,500 sqm of commercial space, communal play/recreation space, community car park and shop.  The proposals are further supported by draft Design Codes and a draft Regulation Plan, upon which community support was contingent.  Any detailed proposals for the site need to either be in substantial accordance with the approved scheme or be supported by further evidence of community support for any substantive variations to that scheme
  • Within a Sand and Gravel Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/BARL/002

Land at Barlings Lane, Langworth

2.33

Has planning permission

20

  • Scheme to include retention of hedgerow

WL/BUR/005

Land north of Leisure Centre, Burton Waters

4.42

Has planning permission

100

  • Scheme to provide extra care accommodation.
  • Within a Sand and Gravels Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/BUR/005A

Land at Bay Willow Road, Burton Waters

5.4

Under construction

55 (26 remaining)

  • Within a Sand and Gravels Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/COR/002A

Land north of High Street, Corringham

1.77

None

30

  • Development of the site will need to address drainage and surface water flood risk on the site
  • Development to address low voltage power lines
  • Design to be low density and in keeping with the local vernacular of the area.
  • Within a Sand and Gravels Mineral Safeguarding Area

WL/GLH/009

The Willows Garden Centre, Gainsborough Road, Glentham

1.37

Has planning permission

19

 

WL/SCAM/006

West of Manor Farm, High Street, Scampton

1.04

Under construction

18  (14 remaining)

 

* The number in brackets is the number of dwellings remaining at 1 April 2021. All figures are net to take account of any dwellings lost.