New Build Houses Ruskington, Lincs.

This is just a little bit of fun, really. The images below were taken by a drone flying overhead. This development of new build houses, near Ruskington, in Lincolnshire are not properties that Belmont built, but, we did do the first, second and third fix carpentry work in them and you can see those images in a gallery. To have some fun with the high resolution drone images, just move your mouse over the picture and hold it there until the ‘zoomed’ image appears on the right hand side. Enjoy!


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View The Interiors Of The Completed New Build Houses

You see a gallery of internal images here.

A few facts about Ruskington

Ruskington is about 4 miles to the north of Sleaford and about 20 miles from Newark and Grantham. It’s around 15 miles from Boston and Lincoln, with the usual Fenland type of flat landscape. The famous “Spires and Steeples Walking Trail” passes through Ruskington village from South to North. The High Street is split into two parts by The Beck, a brook that flows from Bloxholm 5 miles west of the village,  before merging into the Slea at Haverholme Park. Unusually large numbers of ducks. mostly Mallards, live in the Beck and the surrounding domestic gardens.

Ruskington’s main employer is Tulip, a division of Danish Crown previously known as George Adams, a factory which originally made pork pies and sausages. Tulip’s Ruskington site now produces fried crumbed products like Scotch eggs.

Not far from Ruskington, near Sleaford, is the Royal Air Force College, main training and education academy which provides initial training to all RAF personnel who are preparing to be commissioned officers. The Royal Air Force College also provides ‘ab initio‘ aircrew training to aircrew cadets and is responsible for all RAF recruitment and the function of officer and aircrew selection, previously located at RAF Biggin Hill. In recent years it has incorporated the Air Power Studies Division of King’s College London.