Two small housing developments are likely to be given the green light.
On Tuesday South Kesteven District Council’s development control comm-ittee will consider two applications to build homes in Deeping St James.
Both have been recommended for approval by council planning officers.
Burmor Construction has applied to knock down its existing office in Horsegate and build four homes in its place. The firm amended its original plans after complaints from neighbours in Horsegate and Swift Close over possible overlooking.
Deeping St James Parish Council also raised concerns about the distance of the homes to existing houses.
And Adi Copland, of Vicarage Close, Cowbit, has applied to build four homes on land off Stephen’s Way.
According to the plans the homes will be two and three-storey and will be designed in a similar style to existing houses nearby.