Phase Two of Lincoln Science & Innovation Park Launched
Demand for the Park’s Boole Technology Centre, which provides research and development-focused, managed laboratory and office space for research-intensive and high-tech businesses, has been much higher than expected.
Phase Two of the Park’s development aims to continue this success by creating an environment to engage larger and expanding businesses. The landscaped city centre Park is looking to double in size with outline planning consent for another 12,000 m² of new development.
“We were expecting the Boole Technology Centre to be full at some point in 2020/21 but it looks like we may be full by the middle of this year,” says Tom Blount, Director of Lincoln Science & Innovation Park. “Consequently, grow on space for businesses outgrowing Boole, and also Think Tank and space elsewhere in the city has become a priority. This will take the form of buildings where tenants can take on a whole floor or floors for their businesses.”
Phase Two will also offer stand-alone bespoke sole occupancy buildings; industry-led research and development institutions alongside the University of Lincoln; and several larger buildings for more substantial businesses.