New car park to open in Lincoln next month
A new 46-space car park will open on the Oxford Hall site, which was previously a landmark Lincoln Hotel, in September.
The new pay and display Sincil Street car park will be run by the City of Lincoln Council and will be subject to the same tariffs and discounts schemes as other authority run sites.
It will be based on the site for the next three years after a deal was secured between the City of Lincoln Council and Lincolnshire Co-operative who own the land.
Rod Williamson, City Services Team Leader at the City Council: “To be able to introduce more car parking spaces into the city in such a prime location is great news for motorists.
Get hi lites or low lites and a cut & blowdry with Hannah or Daniel between 10th and 14th December for only £40.00 please contact the salon for more details, just let us know its with this voucher.
Terms: terms and conditions apply and limited spaces
Contact: 01522 305178
Valid until: Saturday, December 14 2013
“We know over the next few years the number of people coming to the city to shop, live and visit is going to increase so having enough spaces to cater for them is vital.
“This new car park will also benefit from some of our excellent discounts such as 25 per cent reduction on all tariffs using the PayByPhone on Mondays.”
Sincil Street car park will be used at the site initially as support whilst Lucy Tower is closed, and will eventually make way for the Lindongate development which will incorporate the current Co-op and Thorrnbridge car park.
Consultants are currently working on revised specifications, plans and costs to help finish the Lucy Tower site and it is hoped contractors could be back at the car park by next month.