The green light has been given to plans submitted by Stirlin Developments, to construct further business space at Leafbridge Business Park on Station Road in North Hykeham.
North Kesteven District Council have granted planning consent which will allow the build of an additional terrace of four light industrial units, as the final phase of the Freya Court development within the business park.
Each unit will provide 1,509 sq ft of industrial space, with dedicated parking and individual loading areas.
This latest phase of the development is expected to provide accommodation for up to 4 businesses and support up to 16 new jobs.
The units will be available to purchase freehold, all located within a premier business park, adjacent to the Access Lincoln Transport Hub.
Matt Padley, Development Manager at Stirlin Developments, said: “We are delighted that we’ve received planning consent for this latest phase of our Leafbridge development. As with many of our previous developments, we expect that these units will be attractive to owner occupiers. We have also seen that these freehold units appeal to investors looking to build up their portfolios.”
Other accommodation solutions of up to 30,000 sq ft are also available at Leafbridge Business Park, on what will eventually become a 44-acre employment site.