Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Green light for new industrial units at Saxilby business park

Lincoln-based property developers, Stirlin and Castle Group, have been given the green light for phase five of their Riverside Enterprise Park development in Saxilby.

West Lindsey District Council have granted planning permission for two terraces of four light industrial units, comprising two units of 1,250 square feet and six units of 1,500 square feet.

The new units will be adjacent to two terraces of existing units on the development, which are owned by West Lindsey District Council and leased out to growing start-up businesses.

Tony Lawton, Managing Director of Stirlin said: “We’re delighted to have received planning permission for phase five of Riverside Enterprise Park. We have been developing in Saxilby since Stirlin was founded back in 2007.

“Our commitment to improving the area is demonstrated by the numerous developments we currently have in Saxilby, which includes Stirlin Court, expanding Riverside Enterprise Park, recently consented Enterprise West Lindsey and nearly completed residential development: Parman Court.

“The sheer success of the existing four phases on Riverside Enterprise Park has paved the way for phase five. We’ve seen a significant demand for commercial property in Saxilby over the years, as businesses are keen to be located in the area due to its close proximity to the Lincoln Bypass and Lincoln City Centre.”

Work will commence on phase five in the coming weeks, with site preparation, servicing and enabling works already programmed.

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