BREAKING NEWS: Councillors approve multi-million pound business centre for Grantham

A multi-million pound Business Incubation Centre in the centre of Grantham has moved a step closer today.

Councillors on South Kesteven District Council’s development control committee voted by 10 votes to three in favour of the building after being shown a design created by architect Craig Duncan.

Mr Duncan saw off competition from seven other architects with his “Isaac Newton prism” design.

The proposal is for the building to be built off Wharf Road, with its western edge on the site of Tanvic Tyres and its eastern point at Grantley Street.

Tanvic, along with neighbour Jewson, were served with Compulsory Purchase Orders earlier this year as the county and distrcit councils seek to clear the way for the Station Approach redevelopment.

LOOK OUT FOR MORE ON THIS STORY IN THIS FRIDAY’S GRANTHAM JOURNAL.