The first phase of a 20-acre business park in Saxilby has been opened up to potential new occupants, who will design and build their new premises.
Up to a dozen industrial and office units will make up the initial development of Enterprise West Lindsey, adjacent to Enterprise Park, Saxilby.
It will be suitable for units from 1,500 sq ft to 30,000 sq ft and built to the occupier’s requirements.
Initial plans for the £25 million commercial site Enterprise West Lindsey, by Stirlin Developments and Castle Square Developments, were put forward last year, signalling the creation of over 400 jobs.
The site is allocated for classes B1 (light industrial / office), B2 (general industrial) and B8 (warehouse and distribution) and is advertised as price/rent upon application.
Work is now expected to begin in 2019.
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) in Lincoln has now been appointed to market the site.
Andrew France, LSH associate director said: “Demand for high quality units is growing in this area, particularly from owner occupiers for whom supply has dwindled over the past few years.”
“This is a superb opportunity for an occupier to have a unit built to its exact specification in a strategic location for the national road network.
“We anticipate that there will be a great deal of interest from both local companies looking to expand or national businesses that want to move and have a presence in the area.”
Two further planned phases of development will add up to 150,000 sq ft of industrial units to the site.
For more information, contact Andrew France on 01522 814663 or email [email protected]
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