The properties, off Wragby Road in Bardney, have solar panels already installed and are built by the Kier Partnership Homes division of the Kier Group in partnership with West Lindsey District Council and Acis Group.
This new development, known as Saxonwood, is offering 17 two and three bedroom houses for social rent and two two-bedroom houses on a rent to homebuy basis.
Housing, Renewal and Community Safety Service Manager Grant Lockett said:
"The properties are due to be completed and ready to move into by the end of March and will be managed Acis, a Registered Housing Provider.To qualify for one of these homes you need to be registered on the West Lindsey Housing Register and have a local connection to Bardney.
"This is good news for the local people of Bardney, and it will help them to get a home and also get a start on the property ladder."
A local connection means you were either born in Bardney or you are a permanent resident now. If you used to live there but had to move away because of the lack of affordable housing or you are employed in Bardney, also qualifies you. If you live or have lived in one of the villages next to or close to Bardney, may also count.
For more details and information on how to register contact the Home Options Team at West Lindsey District Council on 01427 676676.
The comfortable and spacious properties comprise of an entrance hall, cloakroom, lounge, spacious kitchen/diner, useful storage, two or three bedrooms, family bathroom and an enclosed rear garden with shed.
The scheme was funded by a Social Housing Grant from the Homes and Communities Agency, a Government funding body for Registered Housing Providers (RHP) that supports investment; regeneration and the development of good urban and rural social housing.