Situated along Lincoln’s High Street, in the heart of the city centre, Lincoln Cornhill Quarter is a gateway location. Newly redeveloped and regenerated to deliver in excess of 150,000ft² of mixed use commercial floorspace, the project is the most significant enhancement ot the city’s central retail zone in decades.
Working alongside contractor, Lindum, Minster was hired to carry out resurfacing work for key pedestrian areas.
Working flexibly to allow the redevelopment to progress smoothly, Minster Group was able to start working on site almost immediately after being called.
The project, which saw the regeneration of the former Corn Exchange Building saw the opening of new High Street and Sincil Street in the city to create an attractive walkway, establishing the link between the Cornhill and a new 1000 space multi-storey car park and transport hub.
Carrying out a significant quantity of surfacing work, the Minster team is proud of playing a part in such an important development in the city where we’re based.
Banks Long & Co are project managing the scheme and Director, Simon Bridge explains what the finished project will be like:
“The paving works are the first phase of a comprehensive scheme to totally upgrade the public areas around Cornhill, Cornhill Pavements and Sincil Street.
“Our client, Lincolnshire Co-op has commissioned specialist urban landscaping architects to design this element of the scheme.
We’re excited to be part of this transformation of the city – It’s all part of our commitment to Lincoln and its future.
You can find out more about the Cornhill Quarter development here.