Lincoln-based Stirlin Developments has submitted plans for housing an business units at Nocton Heath.
As previously reported, the company acquired the one acre plot of land, which was previously home to a 40-year-old cafe, last month, with plans of completely transforming the area.
Now, Stirlin Developments has submitted plans to have new business units constructed and ready to occupy by mid-2019.
The company has submitted two planning applications to North Kesteven District Council, one application for three four-bed detached houses and one application for seven 1,000 sqft units and one 1,250 sqft business unit.
Paul Wheatley, Senior Projects Manager at Stirlin, told CityX: “Our research has revealed just how many small businesses operate in this area.
“The surrounding villages such as Coleby, Branston, Navenby and Boothby Graffoe amongst others, are hotbeds of enterprise and we believe that there is a desperate need for well located business premises in which these companies can thrive and grow.
“This site will be ideal as a base for small businesses giving them a shop window to the 9,000 plus people who travel past the site each day.”
Members of the planning committee at North Kesteven District Council will discuss plans at a later date.