IMG 1186 hadrian kennetkatie toulson 300x187 New $3.11 (£2)m flats proposed for the homeless with alcohol problems
Centre Manager Hadrian Kennet and Katie Toulson, one of the first tenants

Framework Housing Association, who also run the Pathways Centre on Beaumont Fee, are proposing to build a new $3.11 (£2) million building in Lincoln with 15 flats for the homeless with alcohol problems.

The plans are for the former Autoglass site at the north-eastern side of the junction of Friars Lane and St Rumbold Street, behind the multistorey car park.

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