As a long-term empty property, the site at 55 Eastfield Road has suffered from water ingress and substantial structural failures over the years, making any realistic prospect of conversion unfeasible. Despite its appearance, with the frontage identified as a heritage asset and with Article 4 protection in place something very special was needed as a replacement and after careful consideration and survey work, our meticulously prepared architectural plans and application won the favour of a unanimous planning committee.
The architectural features found in the older frontage of the site have heavily influenced the new building, which will accommodate 5 new homes with a further 4 to the rear. Parking is to be provided within a new central courtyard with each new property benefitting from substantial private gardens.
This significant town centre site was almost entirely covered from front to back with development, dominated by the large asbestos sheds that loomed over neighbouring properties for decades, frequently attracting antisocial activity.
Following full planning approval from East Lindsey District Council we look forward to seeing our clients transform the site as their new townhouse development comes to life!