Plant machinery dealer gets the green light for new HQ

How the new building will look

Lincoln-based plant machinery dealer, Stirlin Plant, has been given the green light for its new headquarters in Saxilby.

West Lindsey District Council have approved plans for a 5,000 sq ft workshop and office facility on the Riverside Enterprise Park in Saxilby, a 6.4-acre commercial development by Stirlin and Castle Group.

Designed by Johnathon Roberts Architects and built by commercial property developers, Stirlin, the new building will provide a 63% increase in accommodation for Stirlin Plant.

The new HQ will include a large workshop space for plant machinery repairs and servicing, display areas for machinery sales and an external forecourt with machinery testing facilities.

Lee Hodgkins, manager of Stirlin Plant, says “We’re thrilled that plans have been approved for our new HQ in Saxilby. The generous yard, workshop and display area will allow us to increase our service offering and showcase the innovative machinery that we have at our disposal.”