Minster Surfacing is involved with the major redevelopment of the Cornhill Market: a key gateway location to the City of Lincoln.

Artists Impression of cornhill market redevelopmentWorking with Lindum, we’re carrying out resurfacing work for the regeneration zone, which will transform the city centre.

Working flexibly to allow the works to progress smoothly, we’re able to start working on site almost immediately after we’re called.

Minster surfacing workers resurface outside Lincoln CornhillAs well as the refurbishment of the former Corn Exchange building which is being carried out by our partners, the project will also open up new connections between High Street and Sincil Street.

This will create a bright, attractive walkway establishing the link between the Cornhill and the new 1000 space multi-storey car park and transport hub.

New retailers including Flying Tiger Copenhagen and Moss Bros. are now open for business inside the Cornhill Market, and Phase Two has just begun.

Minster Surfacing work at Lincoln Cornhill Quarter

Carrying out around £150,000 worth of work, we’re proud to be part of such an important development.

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 and the materials to be used are absolute top quality Yorkstone and granite.  We appreciate that whilst these works are being undertaken there will be some disruption and we would like to thank all the surrounding traders for their patience.  It will not be for long and the finished product will be well worth the wait”

We’re excited to be part of this tranformation 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.

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