An industrial estate plan for the display of motorhomes and car storage was approved by the City of Lincoln Council.
The proposal was submitted by G W Padley Holdings Limited for land on Ironstone Close in the city.
Under the plans, five blocks of 28 industrial units will be set up along with car parking and a pedestrian footpath between Bishops Road and Quary Close.
The purpose of the industrial blocks will be to display motorhomes, ancillary lodges and to store cars.
A security fence will also be built around the site along with vehicle gates.
The applicants said in a planning statement that the new development will increase employment and reduce energy and carbon emissions with its location near to the city centre.
It said: “The development will increase employment and is probably increase demand for services and facilities. Supporting neighbourhoods and communities is a fundamental element of sustainability.
“The development is be served by a good public transport system and the proximity of the development to the city centre would reduce reliance on vehicles and associated transport-related pollution and carbon emissions and encouraging efficient, effective movement by a alternative modes of transport to afford sustainable development.”