Lincoln developments for 2019

Student accommodation, a coffee shop and a Land Rover dealership are just a handful of developments in the pipeline for Lincoln this year.

To keep up with the ever growing city, here is a list of all the developments set to be completed in 2019:


Jaguar and Landrover Showroom

Located at Teal Park, the £10 million showroom will include space for 18 new vehicles, handover bays, offices, workshops and parts stores.

Artists’ impressions of the new dealership

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200 Degrees

With seven stores across the country, artisan coffee specialist 200 Degrees is set to open its eighth store on Sincil Street in March 2019.

Photo by Jemima Sullivan for CityX.

200 Degrees runs a range of barista courses covering everything from home brewing methods, through to how to operate a professional espresso machine and advanced latte art.

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Deacon Retail Park

A shot of the site – the foreground shows where parking will go. B&M’s garden centre is going in the area at the back of the picture.

B&M store and garden centre, Jysk and Sue Ryder will be located at Deacon Retail Park, which is set to open its doors in Spring 2019.

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Boots

Photo: CityX

In Spring 2019, Boots will be relocating from 311-312 High Street to the old BHS store 50m away, since it closure in August 2016.

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Cloverleaf Care Home

How the new care home will look when it’s completed.

The new Tanglewood care home on Long Leys Road beside West Common in Lincoln is set to open February 2019.

It will offer 72 beds, a large, secure, landscaped garden as well as a café, cinema, tavern, hair salon and lounges.

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Student Accommodation


High Street and Brayford

The building will be located next to the footbridge on High Street. Artist impressions: Stem Architects

Let to the University of Lincoln for 21 years, the new student accommodation will consist of 301-ensuite student rooms arranged across two modern blocks and will be located at 179 High Street.

It is set to open autumn 2019.

Photo by Jemima Sullivan for CityX.

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Clasketgate

Located opposite the New Theatre Royal, the 232 bed student accommodation is due to be open for September 2019.

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Grantham Street

A six-storey building incorporating 118 student rooms and a NCP car park to the ground floor will now be built on the site of the former Grantham Street Car Park.

Work is due to be complete this year.


Beaumont Fee

CGI of the new development

The accommodation is part of the £20 million student apartment scheme will provide 138 luxury apartments and will be open September 2019.

Photo by Jemima Sullivan for CityX.

It will include facilities such as a steam room, sauna, home cinema, gym, fully equipped pantry with grab-and-go breakfast and a 24-hour concierge, is located on the junction of Beaumont Fee just a 10-minute walk from Lincoln University and Central Station.

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Viking House

View of the three storey building situated at the corner of Newland and Carholme Road. Photo: Jackson & Jackson Developments

The extra 272 students rooms as part of the Viking House development will be completed for September 2019.

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Leafbridge commercial development

Artists’ impression of the site

Last year Stirlin Developments announced the commencement of site preparation works at the 44-acre Leafbridge site in North Hykeham.

It will create around 200 jobs and support over 400.

The first six acres of the development is expected to be available for occupancy by the end of 2019, with the full site completed over multiple building phases.

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Work continues through 2019


Everyman Cinema and Corhill Quarter

As part of the Cornhill Quarter redevelopment, work on the Everyman Cinema is now underway and is expected to open early 2020.

The new building will animate this historic setting with a dramatic three-storey glazed façade, and a roof terrace bar with views of the cathedral.

Designs for the new Everyman Cinema in the Cornhill Quarter.

Alongside this, The Botanist is also set to open early 2020.

The new cocktail bar will be in the third phase of The Cornhill Quarter development, sitting opposite the recently refurbished Corn Exchange.

It will be located together with the boutique Everyman Cinema, in a full height glazed unit with external seating area within Exchange Square, which will be a new public space for the city.


The Parklands

Artists’ impression of what the new development will look like

A new 46.7-acre development in the village of Sudbrooke has taken its design inspiration from the surrounding historic woodland and the traditional village setting and is on track for completion in 2020.

The Parklands will be a new residential community of 155 individually designed homes incorporating luxury modern living within a village setting.

The development will feature an abundance of outdoor open spaces, woodland footpaths, a gastro pub/restaurant, communal gardens, allotments and an outdoor gym.


St Marks 

Photo: Corstorphine & Wright Architects

Construction will begin for the St Marks development sometime in 2019.

The $150 million redevelopment will see 1, 372 new student residences.

485,000 sq ft of new retail space, a 130 room hotel and 1,100 space car park are also included in these plans.

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