Plans have been submitted for Phase Two of Network 46.
Submitted by St. Modwen Developments, proposals would see the erection of industrial and storage/distribution units with associated development, pumping station and landscaping at Swinderby Industrial Park, Witham St Hughs.
The proposed development comprises a total of 8,779 m2 space across two individual buildings, for B2 and B8 industrial units, with ancillary B1 business accommodation.
The 2.18 hectares site would also include 65 car parking spaces.
Network 46 includes five phases overall.
A spokesperson said in the planning application: “The design seeks to minimise the impact on its surroundings; providing an attractive, contemporary and cohesive design that is fit for purpose and safe for all to use.
“The proposals represent a high quality development and are appropriate to the scheme as a whole.
“The scheme represents a substantial investment to the area and, in particular, will help to promote and support employment growth and stimulate economic regeneration to the area, in-line with regional and local aspirations.
“It is anticipated that the development will act as a catalyst for further regeneration to create a number of new jobs and inject much needed investment into the local community.”
Members of the planning committee at North Kesteven District Council will discuss proposals at a later date.