The Government’s housing minister praised the partnership between Quadrant developers Chestnut Homes and local authorities.
MP Brandon Lewis visited the site of the first set of developments known as the Quadrant that will add hundreds of houses, retail and a new football stadium for Boston United, whose lease expires on York Street in January 2018.
He praised that the 'infrastructure was leading the way' and that the plans were 'really good on a few levels.' saying "It's good to see the kind of development where local authorities are working with developers to deliver affordable new homes."
David Newton, the MD of Chestnut Homes was also there to speak to the minister and felt that 'the meeting went very well.'
In attendance were Brandon Lewis MP - Housing Minister, Matt Warman - our MP, Cllr. Peter Bedford - leader of The Conservative group on Boston Borough Council, Cllr. Mike Brooks - Borough and County Councillor, Cllr. Thomas Ashton for East Lindsay - our Association Chairman, Cllr. Mike Cooper, Cllr. Steve Woodliffe, Cllr. Claire Rylott.