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Robin Hood Hotel nears completion

Lindum is in the final stages of constructing a new hotel complex in Newark, with completion only several weeks away. The three floor, 66-bedroom Travelodge is due to open in March at the site of the former Robin Hood Hotel, generating up to 70 new jobs and accompanied by three ground floor retail units to […]

£1million transformation gives hospital patients 5-star ward

Gastroenterology patients are being treated in 5-star facilities after a £1million hospital ward transformation by Lindum BMS. Staff and patients have returned to Dixon Ward at Lincoln County Hospital following a comprehensive refurbishment, which was completed during the COVID-19 pandemic. The work saw the 28-bed gastroenterology ward gutted and rebuilt into a 20 bed ward, […]

Cornhill Square paving works due to start

Lindum will begin work to update paving and install new seating in Lincoln’s Cornhill Square next week. The work is part of the City Centre Vibrancy Programme and follows demolition of the old tourist information kiosk, which faced High Street. It comes after City of Lincoln Council was allocated £1 million of Town Deal Accelerated […]

Steelworks up on four new units at St. Modwen Park Lincoln

Four new units are beginning to take shape at an industrial park on the edge of Lincoln. Lindum is building the units – ranging from 16,000 sq ft to 52,000 sq ft – for St Modwen at its site in Swinderby, off the A46. Together, they will create 123,000 sq ft of industrial and logistics […]

New Institute of Technology buildings begin to take shape at agricultural colleges

Lindum has started work on two new college buildings which will teach precision farming and focus on reducing the environmental impact of agriculture. Bishop Burton College is investing £2.7m in new Institute of Technology buildings in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Once complete, they will offer cutting-edge agricultural education which will specialise in delivering higher-level technical skills […]

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