Ceremony to mark the start of building work at a new housing development in Ingham

The official turning of the turf ceremonies were held Tuesday, July 17, for the developments, which are being built on land formerly used for farming on Lincoln Road in Ingham and Deepdale Lane in Nettleham.
The official turning of the turf ceremonies were held Tuesday, July 17, for the developments, which are being built on land formerly used for farming on Lincoln Road in Ingham and Deepdale Lane in Nettleham.

Lace Housing has formally marked the start of the building of its new schemes for people aged 55 and over.

The official turning of the turf ceremonies were held Tuesday, July 17, for the developments, one of which is being built on land formerly used for farming in Lincoln Road, Ingham.

There will be 12 apartments built in Ingham, costing £1.6m and are being constructed by Lincoln firm Lindum Group in partnership with West Lindsey District Council.