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Work to begin on new mental health ward for women

Lindum has been appointed to transform a currently unused mental health unit into a new mental health ward for women. Work to renovate Ash Villa, at Greylees near Sleaford, is expected to begin on September 28th. The £400,000 scheme will see the creation of an acute treatment ward for women who are experiencing a severe, […]

New affordable homes planned for Sleaford

Plans for 64 new affordable homes on the edge of Sleaford have been submitted to North Kesteven District Council. Construction company Lindum Group and housing provider Longhurst Group are seeking permission to build the houses, which would sit in the wider Handley Chase development. Thirty of the homes would be offered for sale on a […]

Western Growth Corridor plans move closer to becoming reality

Plans which will see Lincoln benefit from a Sustainable Urban Extension (SUE) of 3,200 new homes with improved infrastructure and the creation of thousands of new jobs have moved a step closer to becoming reality. Revised and additional documents relating to the Western Growth Corridor have been submitted to the city’s planning authority. Lindum Western […]

Building work starts on primary school at heart of new urban community

Lindum is building a new primary school as part of a major urban extension on the edge of Newark. Master developer Urban&Civic awarded Lindum the construction contract as it brings forward the new neighbourhood called Middlebeck. The school will be located in the heart of the development and will welcome its first intake of pupils […]

Empty former station to be converted into offices

Work to transform an old ambulance station into modern office space will begin in early October. Lindum has been appointed to convert the former St John Ambulance premises in Elm Street, Stamford. The building has been standing empty for more than five years but is being given a new lease of life by South Kesteven […]

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