October 25, 2019 4.36 pm This story is over 49 months old

11 industrial units planned for Boston

Developers said it will bring jobs to the town

Developers have submitted plans for 11 new industrial units in Boston.

Wagner Developments lodged the proposal to Boston Borough Council for Norfolk Street in the town.

Under the plans, the existing buildings on the Boston Industrial Centre site would be demolished.

In its place, 11 new units would be built with a total of 35,000 sq ft of commercial space.

107 parking spaces and 16 cycle spaces would also be provided.

How the industrial units would look on Norfolk Street in Boston.

The developers said in its plans that the proposal would help to boost the economy in the town.

It said: “The proposals are removing outdated existing buildings which are no longer fit for purpose, bringing employment to the area and creating new jobs.”

It added that the plan would be a “continuation” of the use of the site.

Boston Borough Council will make a decision on the proposal at a later date.

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