New Sincil Street car park opens in Lincoln
The new 46-space car park on Sincil Street has been formally opened by Patrick Vaughan, the Mayor of Lincoln, today.
The pay and display car park will be based on Lincolnshire Co-operative’s Oxford Hall site for the next three years and will be run by the City of Lincoln Council.
Rod Williamson, City Services Team Leader at the City Council: “We are always looking for opportunities to improve and increase the council's parking.
"This is in a prime location and we hope people will take advantage of its prime location over the next three years."
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The site is close to that of Lincolnshire Co-operative's first shop in the city, which opened more than 150 years ago.
Ursula Lidbetter, chief executive of Lincolnshire Co-operative, added: "We are delighted to be part of this new car park which is so close to our first store which opened in Lincoln in 1861.
"This site has a great piece of history within the city and will become a vital piece of its future."
The site will be subject to the same parking tariffs and discounts as the council’s other car parks including the 25 per cent reduction in price for people who use the PayByPhone service on Mondays.