10 April 2019

Stirlin branches out into new territory

As Stirlin Developments forges ahead into its second decade of business, it is branching out into new locations.

During 2019, James Kirby and his team will be bringing their brand of high quality new industrial space to Gainsborough, which will offer new and growing businesses in the town the opportunity to buy or lease new workspace units.

Having agreed the purchase of a plot of land on the Foxby Lane Business Park from Lincolnshire County Council, a full planning application has now been submitted. If approved, the first phase (of what is expected to be a 16,000 sqft development) is planned to be ready by Christmas 2019.

Justin Brown, Head of Economic Development at Lincolnshire County Council said, “we are delighted to have agreed terms for the sale of land to Stirlin, which will enable the delivery of new business space in Gainsborough. This is a perfect example of the council and private sector working together to boost conditions for economic growth.”

Paul Wheatley Senior Project Manager for Stirlin said “This exciting project will continue with the company’s traditional naming convention and will be known as Stirlin Place, Gainsborough. It will offer units between 795 and 1,355 sqft. Companies interested in registering to lease or buy a unit are asked to contact Pygott and Crone on 01522 536777, who are acting as agents for the development.”

Further details will be announced in the near future regarding the units available on the development.