The new modern operational depot located near Caenby Corner in Lincolnshire provides a purpose-built facility for waste, cleansing and recycling services.
Designed to increase West Lindsey District Council’s capability across their district, the new depot features a large parking area for fleet, storage buildings, wash facilities, visitor parking and a main operations building which has been tactically positioned as a visual landmark from the A631. The contemporary two-storey building has feature brick, insulated aliminium panels and glazing in keeping with the surrounding buildings.
The depot - which has been praised for its efficiency and meeting the Council’s needs - features PV solar panels to the roof and electric vehicle charging points in the large car park to help support the council’s Net Zero Carbon ambitions.
The project was brought to life through a two-stage tender via the framework of procurement specialists Pagabo and was delivered in late 2021.
It has been an absolute delight to watch the process unfold from a vision to what I see before me right now. Our congratulations and thanks go to everybody involved, in particular our partners
Henry Boot Construction, with whom we have maintained a positive working relationship throughout the project. It has been a pleasure to work with them.
Ady Selby, Assistant Director of Operational and Commercial Services, West Lindsey District Council
This new site is a delight to behold. Communities deserve and need their local District Councils to lead by-example, and with this new site, not only is the council putting the security of the District’s Operational Services at the forefront, they are also doing so with the future of the climate in mind.
Sir Edward Leigh MP