Following the continued demand for commercial property in and around Lincoln and a successful planning appeal win, Lincoln Enterprise Park has been granted planning permission for the extension of the site – bringing new jobs to the city.
Following the completion of phase 6 in 2019, the newly approved phase 7 will bring 15 new mixed-use units to the park – located on the A46 near Thorpe on the Hill – offering expansion opportunities for current occupants and new commercial premises for other businesses.
It is estimated that circa 50 jobs will be created following the extension of Lincoln Enterprise Park, which in due course could directly or indirectly grow to 200.
Developer and site owner LEP Developments brought together a team of experienced industry professionals to appeal the local authority’s initial decision to deny the planning approval.
Managing Director of LEP Developments, Nicholas Falkinder, said: “Lincoln Enterprise Park’s growth over the last 15 years has been driven by the demand from businesses wanting to either expand, or relocate to the area.
“Naturally, we are pleased with the decision to enable us to progress with our plans – myself and the wider team have worked hard to ensure our proposals
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