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Business centres back open for physical viewings

2:50 pm, Monday, 8th June 2020 - 4 years ago


Following changes to Government guidance, business centres in North East Lincolnshire can once again offer prospective tenants a physical viewing.

Viewings will take place with social distancing measures in place and enhanced cleaning routines.

The business centre team have remained partially open during the COVID-19 lockdown to allow tenants to continue to operate, if they are providing an essential service. The team have also offered prospective tenants the opportunity of virtual viewings during the lockdown.

Councillor John Fenty, portfolio holder for regeneration and skills at North East Lincolnshire Council, said: “I’m delighted to hear that Cleethorpes and Immingham business centres are now at 100 per cent occupancy. This shows that even during periods of uncertainty, the business community in North East Lincolnshire can continue.

“I would like to thank the business centre team who have continued to provide their best efforts to make sure the business community receive a high quality experience whilst ensuring their safety.

“The team are also continuing to work tirelessly towards achieving a COVID-19 Secure site in preparation for full re-opening of the site in the not so distant future”.

Businesses looking for affordable commercial property in North East Lincolnshire can contact the team to discuss their options with vacancies at the following business centres:

The business centres are managed by North East Lincolnshire Council’s regeneration partner, ENGIE.

For further details, or to arrange a viewing, contact the Business Centre Manager on (01472) 32 3237 or visit

Alternatively, to keep up to date with the latest from the Business Centre team, find them on Twitter at N E Lincs Business Centres.

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