North Kesteven District Council appoint agent for £56 million ‘eco conscious’ business park

North Kesteven District Council in Lincolnshire have appointed an agent after a competitive tender process was held to become the sole agents for the council's proposed ‘eco conscious’ Sleaford Moor Enterprise Park in Sleaford.

The scheme, which is currently being considered by planners, will bring an estimated 500 jobs to the area and is seen as a ground-breaking investment by North Kesteven District Council to help support local businesses and boost the local economy.

If approved, the agent who are commercial property experts, will work closely with the local authority to secure tenants for the new development, which has already had significant enquiries from local businesses.

Commenting, Leader of North Kesteven District Council, Councillor Richard Wright said that the council are “excited to announce our partnership” with the agent and that they have “worked with the team previously and are confident that together we will continue to build on previous success”.

He added: “Sleaford Moor Enterprise Park will be a significant development for our district, involving investment by our council of £56 million.

“While bringing potential for new opportunities and jobs growth in our local economy, it also forms part of our ongoing commitment to invest in our flourishing communities and North Kesteven as a fantastic place to live and work.

“Sleaford Moor Enterprise Park makes an attractive proposition for businesses as it is being developed with the highest environmental standards. The site itself has been designed to include tree planting, wildflower verges and sustainable drainage systems doubling as water sources for wildlife. Numerous low carbon measures, such as solar panels and UV light harnessing technology will be considered for each of the plots, in details submitted at later stages.

“Our goal is also to make the site a very pleasant environment to work in, with plans to utilise the landscaping schemes to include nature walkways around features, such as tree planting and attenuation ponds. With both the local environment and employee welfare high on every business’ agenda, it’s been designed as an enterprise park fit for the future.”

PSE Feb Mar 21

PSE Feb Mar 21

The ingredients for levelling up

In this Feb/March edition of PSE, we focus on some of the key aspects of the public sector which will help us to overcome and build back better after Covid-19: including health and social care, housing and training and leadership.


View all videos
Cyber Security

Win a £100 Amazon Voucher

Is the Public Sector safe against a cyber-attack?

Have you got 2 minutes to talk to us about cyber security?

PSE has teamed up with Checkpoint, leaders in cyber-security solutions to assess the state of cyber-security in the public sector. 

We want to educate the sector and equip you with the best protection.

Magazine Feature

Keep communities at the heart of planning

Chris Borg, NALC policy manager

Chris Borg discusses the Planning for the Future white paper and explains the importance of residents and local councils having a say when it comes to planning

More articles...

View all