The first phase of a 2,250 home development in Spalding which is predicted to bring £24 million into the town, is set to open later this week.
St John’s Circus, a range of two, three and four-bedroom houses, will be unveiled to the public by developers Broadgate Homes of Weston Hills on Saturday, September 3 at 10am.
The development is being built on land just off St John’s Road, and marks the completion of a project which was given planning permission by South Holland District Council in October 2014.
Broadgate Homes also plans to build a community centre, a medical surgery and a primary school, which will span a 255-acre site.
Broadband connections at the properties are set to be ultra-fast, giving residents up to 300mb internet speeds.
Chief Executive Ian Canham said: “St John’s Circus is the first phase of the Holland Park development to the west of Spalding.
“Featuring new designs and an updated specification it is the latest offering from Broadgate Homes, who has been building homes for the people of South Holland since being formed by David Clarke 40 years ago.
“The new homes will let people retain the appeal of living in rural Lincolnshire whilst enjoying the modern touches and lifestyle we all crave for.”