Lincolnshire business park to get more offices

Posted on by John Cronin

A business park in Lincolnshire is set to expand after being granted planning permission for additional office buildings.

lincoln enterprise parkThe Lincolnshire Enterprise Park (pictured) on the outskirts of Lincoln is set to expand with the addition of three more industrial units and a further four office units. Phase four of the five-acre development will provide a further 4,388 sq ft of serviced office space along with 6,647 sq ft of industrial space.

Having already let or sold all the buildings constructed in the previous three development phases the developers are confident there will be strong demand for the latest buildings.  Nick Falkinder, a Director of Lincoln Enterprise Park says: “The business park is in a perfect location for new and established businesses and we’ve been tremendously encouraged by its success so far.”

Built on the site of a long-standing, former equestrian centre, construction of the business park began in 2005. Phase four will complete the redevelopment of the site that is situated in a rural location close to the A46 and A1.

Construction is due to start in the New Year. The office units will be made available on a freehold basis, either as complete units or on a floor-by-floor basis. Quoted asking prices (ex VAT) for the office buildings are:

Unit 18: £177,500 (1,178 sq ft)
Unit 19: £177,500 (1,178 sq ft)
Unit 23: Under Offer (1,016 sq ft)
Unit 24: £152,500 (1,016 sq ft)

Marketing agents are JH Walter.

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