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Lincolnshire Lakes

Lincolnshire Lakes

Lincolnshire Lakes is an exciting development that will see a series of village settlements created, which is one of the largest business and development investment opportunities in the UK.

Watch the video: 3D Model of Lincolnshire Lakes

We have been working with experts in the field to secure a robust planning policy for the project and very much look forward to seeing the plans come to fruition.

The Lincolnshire Lakes development is the creation of one of the largest residential developments, not just in the Yorkshire and Humber Region but in the whole of the UK, within North Lincolnshire on land west of Scunthorpe, creating around 3,000 new building jobs plus thousands more as new businesses are created.

This exciting development will include the creation of around 6,000 new homes, high quality business park and office accommodation. It will also incorporate opportunities for:

  • Tourism
  • Leisure
  • Recreation and sport

All of which will be set within a unique lakeside setting with several large artificially created lakes connected by water channels.

A new M181 junction will be created to improve access routes to the motorway and make the area more accessible as a place to live, visit and work.

If you want more information regarding business investment opportunities within this development, please visit Invest in North Lincolnshire or use our online enquiry form:

Make an enquiry

The Lincolnshire Lakes Area Action Plan (AAP)

The Lincolnshire Lakes Area Action Plan (AAP) will set out the planning policy framework to deliver this vision and make sure that this is done in a consistent and properly planned way.

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Page last updated: 24/10/2013
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