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£2m flats complex for homeless people in Lincoln to be approved

By PWhitelam_LE  |  Posted: February 25, 2013

Plans for a £2m flats complex for ex-homeless people in Lincoln could be approved

Plans for a £2m flats complex for ex-homeless people in Lincoln could be approved

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A £2 million flats complex for former homeless people in Lincoln looks set to be approved.

Framework Housing Association wants to build 15 flats over four storeys with linked treatment and training facilities on the former Autoglass site on the corner of Friars Lane and St Rumbold Street.

The applicant  will build and run the building which will provide "supported housing for former rough sleepers who

present with a primary alcohol problem as a significant obstacle to long term sustainable, independent living".

The planning application is to be considered by the City of Lincoln Council's planning committee at City Hall on Wednesday, February 27.    The recommendation is to grant planning permission.

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  • MetalBob  |  February 25 2013, 10:03PM

    And to get to the first floor flat they'l have to negotiate 12 steps.....

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  • vanman2010  |  February 25 2013, 7:05PM

    Next door to the new Premier Inn, which of course will have a Licence for selling drinks!!!

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