Plans put forward to provide "much-needed affordable housing" on land in Brigg have been approved.
North Lincolnshire Council has now granted the necessary planning permission to create a flat at the southern end of West Terrace, off Bridge Street.
There is considerable demand for quality flats in the town and, this new one will have living accommodation on two levels.
There will be open parking at ground floor level (with a garage door) with living accommodation above.
North Lincolnshire planners have given outline consent to erect one three-storey flat and ground floor parking facility - with appearance, landscaping, layout and scale reserved for subsequent consideration at a later date.
The land in question is currently rented out for parking vehicles, planners were told.
A statement submitted in support of the application said the development would greatly improve the visual amenity of the area and also "provide much-needed affordable housing within the sustainable central Brigg area."
A plan of the site indicated provision of a garden allied to the flat, and a 1.8m timber boundary fence.
Brigg Town Council was consulted as part of the planning process and supported this application, suggesting the scheme "will improve the area by tidying the site."
PICTURED: Looking towards the end of West Terrace where new housing is being proposed, and a property which indicates how the proposed one may look, although it will not have a garage door at ground level.