Plans for a new £100 million Grantham Designer Outlet Village have been amended following its first round of consultations.
The project, which would be located on a 36-acre section of the King 31 land on the southern edge of Grantham and right next to the A1, will now look to include a children’s play area, charging points for electric cars and the proposed hotel has been reduced to three storeys.
As previously reported, the designer outlet village will include around 130 shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as 1,800 car parking spaces and creating 1,500 jobs.
It is predicted to attract up to 3.5 million visitors per year.
The amended plans will now go on show in a second round of consultation on Friday November 4 from 11am – 6pm at 70 High Street in Grantham town centre, before a planning application is submitted to South Kesteven District Council.
Giles Membrey, Managing Director of Rioja Developments who are running the project, said: “We were delighted with the feedback we received, which was overwhelmingly positive.
“Having carefully reviewed the comments, we have taken on board the suggestions and updated our plans – we now have an even better scheme. It is clear that there is considerable demand for a designer outlet village in Grantham.
“We are thrilled that we have been able to work closely with the local community, creating plans for a designer outlet village that we are proud of and excited about.”