Why Gainsborough?

10 reasons why now is the time to invest in Gainsborough

Gainsborough has a bright future – it has space to expand and an appetite for growth.

Gainsborough is predicted to see an economic growth forecast of 12%, which supports a 47% increase in the number of homes.

Nestled in the north-west corner of Lincolnshire, we’re the ideal investment location.

With two international airports and mainline rail services right on our doorstep, plus easy access to the Humber ports.

We’re home to successful international businesses and thriving SMEs.

You could join 1700 businesses which benefit from affordable employment land and support from the Gainsborough Growth Fund.

We have a bustling business community offering a wealth of support.

You could benefit from the support and advice of the Council and Local Enterprise Partnership, plus introductions to our Place Board and access to our employer-led ‘Made In Gainsborough apprenticeship scheme.’

We offer excellent education opportunities.

Queen Elizabeth’s High School, which offers outstanding education, is located in Gainsborough. We also have the forward-thinking Gainsborough Academy, the specialist Gainsborough College, and right on our doorstep is Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology.

We’re a fantastic place to live.

Find affordable, great quality housing in the town, ideal for raising a family.

Surrounded by beautiful green spaces.

The Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is right on our doorstep, offering breath-taking walks and cycle routes.

We’ve had exciting recent developments.

In recent months, a new restaurant has opened in the town centre, and planning application has been placed for a four-screen cinema in the town centre.

There are some great grant opportunities available.

Our grants offer you the opportunity to be part of a heritage-based transformation of our town centre.

We are a welcoming, creative and proud community.

There are so many people who make up the thriving Gainsborough community. Why don’t you become one of them?