Planning permission has been granted for the first two phases of development on the long awaited Poplar Farm development in Grantham. Permissions have been granted to build the first 204 homes on the site which will link the Barrowby Gate and Gonerby Hill Foot estates. Once completed the development will include 1,800 homes, community facilities, [...]
Plans to create a landmark business innovation centre in Grantham are moving forward. South Kesteven District Council has granted planning permission for the new centre to the west of Grantham railway station. The project aims to create four stories of much-needed, high-quality office space for small and medium enterprises, along with conferencing facilities. It will [...]
North West Quadrant
The North West Quadrant is a proposed new sustainable urban extension to create the potential for up to 3,500 new homes.
The North West Quadrant is situated 1.5 km west of Grantham, conveniently near to the A1 and A52 interchange.
The site has been identified for housing and employment in the Core Strategy adopted in July 2010.
The site will be developed in two phases. Planning permission was granted in June 2011 for the first tranche of development at Poplar Farm comprising up to 1800 new homes, a school and community facilities.
The delivery of Phase 2 of the North West Quadrant is subject to a detailed allocation in the draft Grantham Area Action Plan with delivery of the development anticipated post 2016.
Phase 1 is jointly owned by the Buckminster Estate and Norwich Hub who can be contacted via Andrew Russell-Wilks.