Plans have been approved to build a £1.5 million office space on Fairefield Industrial Estate in Louth.
Approval was granted by East Lindsey District Council to accountancy Duncan & Topliss who submitted the plans with support from Stirlin Developments.
With the go-ahead in place, the accountancy practice will now be able to move its twenty-three strong team from its current Louth base to this bigger, purpose-built premises.
A new access road will be created to give cars access to the development, which will include a car park with 53 spaces for Duncan & Toplis colleagues and clients, a contemporary, open plan office space to accommodate the growing team over two floors, plus there are plans to sublet part of the first floor to local businesses.
Adrian Reynolds, Managing Director at Duncan & Toplis, said: “Our Louth team has seen tremendous growth over the years and this has taken their current site to maximum capacity. In order to facilitate their continued success, it’s important that we build a new, contemporary space that we simply couldn’t find anywhere else.
“We see a great deal of potential in Louth, and we’re committed to investing in the area so we can continue to provide a range of services to the local businesses that we have gotten to know so well over the years.”