An opening date has now been set for Lakeland, which will move from its St Marks store to the new Cornhill Quarter.
The home and kitchenware retailer will be opening up at 32 Sincil Street on November 10.
The new 4,000 sq ft Lakeland unit is one of the newly refurbished Sincil Street spaces currently under development.
Currently, Lakeland is on Station Street at St Marks Shopping Centre, which is set for a £150 million redevelopment.
Investing over £400,000 in the creation of the new store, Lakeland will be bringing their very latest design of retail space to Lincoln.
Lakeland offers a collection of kitchenware, practical ideas for cooking and cleaning, and inspiring gifts from all over the world.
From everyday utensils and preserving basics, to never-seen-before cookware; it provides a range of products which will be long-lasting and offer great value for money.
This latest letting follows on from news at the end of last year that Everyman cinema will open a four screen cinema in phase three of the development, which recently received planning permission.
Paul Walkden, Lakeland’s Retail Director, said: “We see this as a fantastic opportunity for us to move to the new Cornhill Quarter which is proving to be a great new hub for the city centre.
“We are exceptionally proud of our store team who are working tirelessly to ensure the transition between stores is as seamless as possible for our customers.”
Mandy Clarkson, store manager at Lakeland Lincoln told CityX: “We are absolutely thrilled that all colleagues from our St Marks store will be moving with us to the centre of town, meaning the full team with all their Lakeland knowledge and expertise will be in our lovely new store.”