Lindum completed 51 new affordable homes in Waddington, near Lincoln for Longhurst Group. The scheme included 30 shared ownership properties and 21 others for affordable rent.
All houses had fitted, contemporary style kitchens and there was 98 car parking spaces in the development.
Lindum’s Joint Venture team acquired the land and gained planning permission for the project.
The development was named Boolean Fields after George Boole, the famed Lincoln mathematician who was once headmaster at Hall’s Academy in Waddington.
Corporate Sales Manager at Longhurst Group, Chris Parkinson, said “Longhurst Group is proud of the relationship we have with Lindum which has produced these excellent homes. They will, in line with our 2025 Improving Lives strategy, help to improve our customers’ lives and the communities they live in. We now look forward to welcoming new customers to their properties.”