Monday, March 1, 2021

Green light granted for plant machinery firm’s new Saxilby headquarters

Stirlin Group’s plant machinery division, Stirlin Plant, has been given the green light for its new headquarters in Saxilby.

West Lindsey District Council have approved plans for a brand-new 5,000 sq ft workshop and office facility.

The new facility is to be located on Riverside Enterprise Park in Saxilby, a commercial development by Stirlin and Castle Group, situated three miles from the Lincoln Bypass and five miles from Lincoln City Centre.

Designed by Johnathon Roberts Architects and built by Stirlin, the new building will provide a 63% increase in accommodation for Stirlin Plant.

The new HQ will include a large workshop space for plant machinery repairs and servicing, display areas for machinery sales and an external forecourt with machinery testing facilities.

Lee Hodgkins, Manager of Stirlin Plant, says: “We’re thrilled that plans have been approved for our new HQ in Saxilby. The generous yard, workshop and display area will allow us to increase our service offering and showcase the innovative machinery that we have at our disposal.

“The relocation to Stirlin’s Riverside Enterprise Park in Saxilby will be ideal, with the prominent position running parallel to the A57 and convenient access to the Lincoln Bypass and other road networks.

“We are grateful to have such strong partnerships with some of the world’s leading manufacturers, as this has allowed us to expand our product portfolio and continue to grow. We are currently looking to partner with another well-recognised manufacturer, which will provide the next exciting growth opportunity for Stirlin Plant.”

James Kirby, Founder and Owner of Stirlin, says: “We’re delighted to work with Stirlin Plant on this exciting project. We’ve worked closely with them throughout the design process to ensure the new building fits their exact requirements and will provide the perfect space for the business to grow further.”

Now that plans have been approved, works will commence on the new building imminently, with completion estimated for the end of the year.

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