Bauman Lyons Architects given goahead
Bauman Lyons Architects has been given the goahead to build a new £3.7 million 'cultural industries' quarter in the historic heart of Lincoln. The scheme, in Flaxengate, will create offices, studios and workshops for small businesses and entrepreneurs working in the creative sector. There are also plans for a new courtyard and a series of retail units on the site, which falls within one of the city's strategic development opportunity areas. The vacant plot, opposite Panter Hudspith's ...
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