New Lincoln car park set to open
A date has been set for the official opening of a new Lincoln car park.
Patrick Vaughan, the Mayor of Lincoln, will officially open the site on September 13.
With space for 46 cars, it will be close to Lincoln Central train station and Sincil Street.
It will eventually form part of the proposed Lindongate development, in three years' time.
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The pay and display car park is based on Lincolnshire Co-operative’s Oxford Hall site, but will be run by the City of Lincoln Council.
Rod Williamson, city services team leader, said having car parking in "such a prime location" could bring more people into the city.
“Eventually this site will make way for the proposed Lindongate development, but until then we have found another use for it,” he added.
The site will be subject to the same parking tariffs and discounts as the councils’ other car parks.
The car park will be formally opened at 9am on Friday, September 13.
However motorists will be able to use the car park prior to this.