Timmins relocates head office near Lincoln

Timmins relocates…Design and building solutions business Timmins Engineering & Construction Ltd will move to a new headquarters after securing a 1.3-acre plot at Caenby Hall Business Park just north of Lincoln. This expansion will allow for a greater production of livestock buildings and farm sheds, which Timmins are renowned for.

Timmins are currently based in Tillbridge Lane at Sturton-by-Stow. The move will allow the company to recruit an additional six staff over the next six months. Bringing its total to 20 employees. The new site will allow the company to more than double the size,with a purpose built building.

Director Edward Timmins said:

We have got the necessary planning permission from West Lindsey District Council and have started on the groundworks. We hope to be ready for a smooth relocate to our new premises by Christmas.

“The biggest problem at the moment is fitting building our own premises around our current workload. We have customers in Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk, as well as locally. We have also just recruited a new Company Director, David Starling to assist with taking the company forward.”

Lincoln-based Banks Long & Co Director William Wall, who helped facilitate the deal, said: “There is a lot of activity along the A15 corridor, with the expanding Bishop Burton Agricultural College livestock buildings. As well as other developments at the Lincolnshire Showground, plus the proposed remodelling of Riseholme Campus.

“This has created increased interest from relocating businesses. Particularly those looking for cost-effective alternatives to Lincoln, Scunthorpe, Market Rasen and Gainsborough.”