Join us on 20 October to hear about the progress of the South Lincolnshire Food Enterprise Zone, 28 acres of land being master-planned to accommodate the rapid growth of agri-tech in the UK Food Valley.
Dynamic new technologies and the businesses developing them are seeking specialised space as they respond to the challenges presented by Brexit and the climate emergency. Partners have already been secured for the first phase of the South Lincolnshire FEZ: 10 fully serviced development sites, totalling six acres and launched through Sitematch365 in March 2021.
That illustrates the level of demand within this globally significant cluster of food supply chain and logistics operations, anchored by the University of Lincoln's new food science campus, the Centre of Excellence which also opened in March. A new hub building for start-up and spin-off agri-tech businesses opens next year.
Join this webinar to discover:
• The progress of the South Lincolnshire Food Enterprise Zone to date
• How the JV between South Holland District Council and Lincolnshire County Council at the heart of the UK Food Valley, are building on the success of phase one.
• Dynamic new businesses in a race to develop digital systems that overcome labour shortages
• Low carbon energy breakthroughs producing vast power sources to sustain food supply
• A new food logistics centre for innovation and its impact on the sector
• Caroline Drummond MBE, Chief Executive, LEAF
• Martin Collison, Director, Collison Associates
• Tim Downing, Director, Pygott Crone
• David Shaw, National Design Director, Pick Everard