Teal Park occupies a strategic location at the junction of the A46 Lincoln bypass and Whisby Road, to the South West of Lincoln City Centre and in the City’s prime commercial and business district. A new dual carriageway links the site access to the A46 Lincoln bypass which then provides excellent road access via the dual carriageway A46 to the A1 at Newark, the M1 at Leicester and via the A15 and M180 to the Humber Bridge and Humber ports. In addition, the location provides easy access to Lincoln City Centre.
Sustainable transport in the area is encouraged through a regular bus service to the site, excellent cycle routes to Lincoln and North Hykeham, and links to the nearby North Hykeham Station. Facilities available in the immediate surrounding area include health clubs, hotels, restaurants, public houses and a day nursery. Neighbouring uses also include motor showrooms, office parks and other commercial occupiers.
At 87.2 acres (35.3 hectares) Teal Park is the largest new business park in the East Midlands. The adjacent A46 Lincoln bypass has undergone a comprehensive upgrade and now provides a direct dual carriageway access straight to the site entrance. The development has extensive frontage to both the A46 Lincoln bypass and Whisby Road.
Teal Park is home to Siemens industrial gas turbine service business. Other completed developments include Vincent Court and Blackwood Court (speculative industrial / warehouse developments by Taylor Lindsey and North Kesteven District Council respectively) and Greenray Turbines. Over 200,000 sq ft (20,000 sq m) has been constructed to date. On the Whisby Road frontage, Marshall Motor Group are constructing a new 3 acre, 40,000 sq ft bespoke Jaguar Land Rover dealership. Opening is scheduled for early 2019.
Land is available for industrial and warehouse occupiers and offices. On the site frontage, the planning consent allows for ancillary uses including public house/restaurant, hotel, leisure and trade/showroom uses.
Facilities available in the immediate surrounding area include health clubs, hotels, restaurants, public houses and a day nursery. Neighbouring uses also include motor showrooms, office parks and other commercial occupiers.
Bespoke, new premises are constructed to an occupier’s requirements on a ‘Design and Build’ basis. The preference is to let completed buildings but freehold sales and possibly land sales may also be considered.