Lakeland is set to join Lincoln’s £70m retail and leisure development
Lincolnshire Co-op has signed Lakeland as the next brand to take space in its Cornhill Quarter development in the heart of Lincoln. The quality kitchenware chain will take 4,000 sq ft of space in one of the newly refurbished Sincil Street units currently under development. Lakeland is relocating from its current unit at St Marks shopping centre to 32 Sincil Street, taking a larger space.
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. Everyman will be located opposite the Corn Exchange building, which completed in October 2017 and is home to Cosy Club, Flying Tiger Copenhagen, Moss Bros and Thomas Cook.
Phase two of the redevelopment which includes the unit for Lakeland will deliver 23,000 sq ft of retail space, as well as a bright, attractive walkway through to the multi-storey car park. Construction for phase two is on track for completion before Christmas 2018.
Banks Long and KLM Retail are letting agents and HRH Retail advised Lakeland.