VIDEO: Demolition work under way in Scunthorpe for Advance Crosby project
Demolition work in Scunthorpe is under way as part of the multi-million-pound Advance Crosby project, having been delayed until the new year.
A block of 15 houses on Gurnell Street are being knocked down to make way for 25 new properties, to be built by the end of 2014.
The work had been due to start in September but was back because of tendering issues.
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The demolition forms part of the wider £17 million project, which aims to eventually replace 100 houses with 222 new, modern properties.
The North Lincolnshire Council scheme, in partnership with the Guinness Northern Counties housing association, also includes a range of community facilities.
The project will also provide a new play and sports area for Scunthorpe Church of England Primary School.
A masterplan was drawn up in 2007 and homes on West Street, Teale Street and Gurnell Street have already been demolished.