Pho to become the latest addition to The Cornhill Quarter
Pho to become the latest addition to The Cornhill Quarter
Opportunity knocks for independent business owners who would love to move into Lincoln’s Cornhill Quarter, which is being transformed by a £70 million regeneration scheme.
UK retailer, Neon Sheep, announces the opening of its newest UK store in Lincoln this month. Set to open on Friday 27th September 2019.
A new ‘on-the-go’ Co-op convenience store will provide a valued service to city centre workers, shoppers and visitors. Lincolnshire Co-op’s Sincil Street Food Store will start serving customers at 7am on Thursday 15th August. Services will include a range of chilled and fresh meal options, takeaway drinks, snacks and hot food, plus self-scan tills. There’ll also be a water bottle refill station.
Neon Sheep, the cheerful stationery and lifestyle brand, is coming to The Cornhill Quarter. This news follows a succession of exciting new lettings, including Doughnotts, Energie, HMV and Co-op.
The Cornhill Quarter is pleased to announce the next update for the development. McDonald’s, currently located in the Cornhill Quarter next to the newly refurbished Corn Exchange building, is planning to relocate to the current HMV store on the High Street.
The deliciously handmade doughnuts already have stores in the city centres of Nottingham, Leicester and Derby, and Lincoln will mark the opening of its fourth store in the five years since it was founded.
Cosy Club Lincoln has launched an initiative that aims to combat loneliness in people across the UK in a partnership with charity Independent Age.
Free Teas For Those In Need will be taking place at 10-11am each Wednesday in the restaurant, located in The Cornhill Quarter.
The new seven-day-a-week gym will open towards the end of the summer on the first floor of the stunning building at 31 Sincil Street.
Historic England have published an article featuring the regeneration of The Cornhill Quarter.
Cornish clothing brand Seasalt is delighted to announce that it will be opening a brand new shop at the Cornhill Quarter, Lincoln on 23rd March 2019.
Construction industry trainees and apprentices are being given the chance to learn their trade while working on one of Lincoln’s most significant building projects.
We are OPEN! Come and welcome 200 Degrees to their new home on Sincil Street
Members of The Cornhill Quarter team celebrate the first anniversary of the Cosy Club opening in the historic Corn Exchange building. Great hospitality from our host, Greg who was excited to see how the area has evolved, and with so much more to come.
The 200 Degrees coffee chain will open its new shop on Sincil Street, in The Cornhill Quarter on March 4th.
Lincolnshire Co-op is pleased to announce the car park walkway in The Cornhill Quarter is now open. This follows on from recent announcements of some exciting new names joining the scheme, including Seasalt and 200 Degrees.
This week saw the start of demolition by Lindum on phase three of the development where Everyman cinema and The Botanist will have their new homes!
Seasalt is the latest brand to sign up at the £70 million redevelopment of The Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln.
Speciality coffee roaster and wholesaler, 200 Degrees, will open its doors at 34 Sincil Street in Lincoln this March, bringing handcrafted fresh food and artisan coffee to the city.
The Botanist is set to open at The Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln, in spring 2020.
Plans submitted by Steve Galjaard on behalf of Lincoln Corn Exchange and Markets (1991) Ltd and Lincolnshire Co-op, for the refurbishment of the public realm along Sincil Street and the creation of a new public square at The Cornhill have been approved by the City of Lincoln Council.
The Cornhill Quarter joined the rest of Lincoln City centre in turning on their Christmas lights, last Friday, 23rd November.
Exchange Square, outside the Corn Exchange Building this weekend saw the arrival of a giant snow globe!
The Cornhill quarter was featured in Historic England’s Heritage and the Economy 2018 review, looking at the importance of maintaining our heritage and restoration of our historic city’s.
The new Lakeland store opened at 32 Sincil Street, this Saturday, 10th November. The 4,000sq ft unit is one of the newly refurbished spaces currently under development.
Chartered Surveyor Banks Long & Co, together with its client Lincolnshire Co-op and builder Lindum Group are today celebrating success in another regional awards ceremony.
Lakeland is set to join a stellar line up of names in Lincoln’s £70 million retail and leisure development
Great progress being made on site at Mid Sincil street.
Mansions of the Future is a radical new cultural programme bringing celebrated national and international artists to Lincoln.
On Thursday 3rd May the Corn Exchange Building was Highly Commended for Building Conservation in the East Midlands Category at the RICS Awards!
Lincolnshire Co-op has appointed KLM Retail as joint agents on its £70 million rejuvenation of the Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln City Centre. KLM Retail will work alongside local agents, Banks Long and Co, who have been working on the scheme for three years.
City of Lincoln Council has approved the second phase of the £70 million Cornhill Quarter development in the heart of Lincoln.
We are excited to announce that our £12 million redevelopment of the Corn Exchange building in Lincoln has been shortlisted in the Building Conservation category of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) East Midlands Awards.
We are excited to announce that Cosy Club opened its doors on Tuesday 13 February at the newly refurbished Corn Exchange
We are excited to announce that our £12 million redevelopment of the Corn Exchange building in Lincoln was named "Heritage Project of the Year" at the Greater Lincolnshire Construction and Property Awards, which took place on Tuesday 6 February.
We are pleased to announce the opening of our marketing suite for The Cornhill Quarter development, which will make it even easier for everyone to find out more about our exciting plans for regenerating Lincoln city centre.
British global travel company, Thomas Cook, is set to relocate from its location on Cornhill Pavements to a unit in the newly refurbished Corn Exchange building
Phase two of the development is underway
We are pleased to announce that phase two of The Cornhill Quarter redevelopment is underway.
The long awaited completion of the first phase of the major city centre development, The Cornhill Quarter, is fast approaching with the removal of the scaffolding which has hidden the iconic Corn Exchange Building, heralding that the end is now in sight.
Cosy Club, Flying Tiger Copenhagen and Moss Bros have all snapped up space at The Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln.
Connecting direct in to the Cornhill Quarter a wider city centre regeneration is under construction.