Both Lincolnshire's infrastructure and buoyant agri-food sector is benefiting from significant investment in south Lincolnshire.
The Peppermint Park project on the edge of Holbeach in South East Lincolnshire, will provide approximately 59,500 m2 of work space and 900 residential units. Holbeach has a population of around 5,000 with an economy heavily influenced by the agri-food sector.
As part of the South Lincolnshire Food Enterprise Zone, the project will provide purpose built business space for small to medium sized enterprises developing cutting edge technology and techniques in the agri-food sector. An early anchor occupier on the scheme will be the University of Lincoln who will be creating new facilities to complement their existing Holbeach campus. The project builds in improvements to local road networks, including junction improvements for the nearby A17 road which aim to improve traffic flow and provide access to the site.
A range of residential and commercial opportunities are available for potential investors with a focus on food and drink commercial developments.
The scheme is being led by Lincolnshire County Council and delivered in partnership with the University of Lincolnshire, South Holland District Council and the Greater Lincolnshire LEP. The road scheme which will open up the development opportunities was completed in December 2017.
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