Lincoln

Stirlin’s latest £25m project in Lincoln village set to create 425 jobs

Stirlin Developments is planning to build a new £25 million 20-acre commercial site in Saxilby, the developer’s largest scheme to date.

Enterprise West Lindsey is the latest development in the Stirlin portfolio and will be delivered in partnership with Castle Square Developments.

It is believed this development could create over 425 new jobs upon first occupation, which could rise to over 625 new jobs with further investment and growth by the businesses occupying the park.

The proposed scheme will be opposite Stirlin’s existing Riverside Enterprise Park site which is just off the A57, three miles from the A46 and five miles from Lincoln city centre.

Enterprise West Lindsey will offer freehold design and build requirements from 3,000 – 30,000 sq ft (371.6 – 2,787 sqm) and a range of freehold and leasehold buildings, including light industrial, hybrid and office units.

James Kirby. Photo: Steve Smailes for Lincolnshire Business

Managing director of Stirlin Developments, James Kirby, said: “Enterprise West Lindsey will offer bespoke solutions for these companies and with such a great location, we are already receiving enquiries.”

John Lockwood, managing director of Castle Square Developments, added: “To date, our previous joint venture developments, Stirlin Business Park and Riverside Enterprise Park, have provided over 48,000 sq ft of light industrial and hybrid office space to the freehold market.

“Our intention is to become the market leader for freehold development in central Lincolnshire for many years to come, with further investment in land pending, which will see new locations added to our JV development portfolio.”

The scheme, which is in the early stages of design, will be submitted for planning with West Lindsey District Council in Q1 2018.