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An area of serviced office space in Lincoln is set to be built after the local authorities gave planners the go-ahead this week.
North Kesteven District Council is happy to see the Lincoln Enterprise Park enter into its fourth phase of development, with plenty more serviced offices and industrial space to be established at the site.
Having seen strong demand for its industrial and serviced office space throughout the building of phases one, two and three, the team behind the enterprise park are convinced the latest tranche will be equally sought after.
Everyone involved with the scheme has backed the phase four developments and its 4,000 extra square feet of serviced offices to provide another boost to the economy of Lincoln and its surrounding areas.
“The business park is in a perfect location for new and established businesses and we’ve been tremendously encouraged by its success so far,” said Nick Falkinder, who is among the directors of the Lincoln Enterprise Park.
“By investing in the city in this way we’re making a clear statement of confidence in Lincoln’s economy and we’re sure that there’ll be plenty of interest in the new units,” he added.
Last month, the engineering conglomerate Siemens revealed its plan to relocate hundreds of its British-based staff to an area of 127,000 sq ft of office space that is being built on its behalf in Lincoln.
In other office space news, the Shard building on the banks of the River Thames in central London has already become the tallest tower in Britain despite still being a fair way from completion.