Lincolnshire businesses are set to benefit from a vibrant space in which to blossom as the green light is granted to Stirlin Developments’ Leafbridge project — and we’re excited to be playing a part!
Preparation work is now underway at the 44-acre site in North Hykeham, one of Stirlin Developments’ latest innovative projects in the East Midlands, after the application was approved by North Kesteven District Council.
Paul Wheatley, Senior project manager at Stirlin Developments, said: “Our vision for Leafbridge is to create a new place of enterprise in the city to support Lincolnshire’s growing economy and there’s no doubt the site has that potential.
“The next stage of the works will now begin, and over the next 12 to 18 months we are going to see the park’s landscape transformed, building on its inherent natural beauty.
“Working with our partners we will be constructing a diverse range of buildings of astounding design that will help create a business community with a sense of pride of place.
“We’re currently in talks with a number of businesses interested in taking space on the site which, long-term will develop a community comprising of vibrant and innovative office and industrial users who value the opportunity to occupy modern premises within a green environment.”
At Minster Surfacing, we’ll be making the most of our own future-thinking, eco-friendly technology to break ground and pave the way for businesses planning to sow their seeds at Leafbridge.
Our commitment to environmental excellence was recently recognised as we scooped Overall Winner & Best Business at the Lincolnshire Environmental Awards 2018.
Minster’s managing director Bruce Spencer-Knott says that the project further cements the long and successful relationship Minster Surfacing and Stirlin Developments have enjoyed.
“Not only are we delighted to be working with leading local businesses to create a green space for other businesses to thrive and grow in, but we’re pleased to continue our journey with Stirlin Developments.
“Together, we’ve had years of success and we’re positive that Leafbridge will be another example of this.”
The full site is set to be completed over multiple building phases, with the first six acres expected to be delivered and ready for occupancy by the end of 2019.
More information on the Leafbridge project can be found on the Stirlin Developments website http://stirlin.com/projects/leafbridge/