Nine weeks after opening its doors, a £6.8 million tech complex in Lincoln is already more than a third let.
The Boole Technology Centre, located on the Lincoln Science and Innovation Park on Beevor Street, is attracting strong interest, with nine of the 22 units already taken.
Science Park Director Tom Blount and letting agent Banks Long & Co have said the purpose-built centre – tailored to the needs of established and growing technology businesses – is already proving its value.
Units, which average 800 square feet in size, are attracting a variety of laboratory-based, aerospace, IT, digital, phamaceutical and related businesses.
The first four tenants to take space in the Boole Technology Centre include Nutrapharma Limited, Krypto Kloud, Tenantia and Metis Aerospace.
Tom said: “We have only been open for a matter of weeks and we are already about 35% full.
“Given that we are looking for a very particular type of tenant, working within the science and technology fields, we are very pleased with that response.”
Banks Long & Co Director William Wall added: “The Boole Technology Centre is a valuable resource for the city and county, providing accommodation for ambitious existing and new high-growth businesses.
“We expect to announce exciting plans for the next phase of Lincoln Science and Innovation Park in the coming months.”