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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 […]

Lindum serves up expert advice at annual Food Expo

Lindum will showcase its specialist construction skills to businesses in the food sector at Birmingham NEC next spring Representatives from its Lincoln, Peterborough and York offices will be among exhibitors at the 2021 Food & Drink Expo, which runs from April 12th to 14th. The Expo is part of the wider UK Food Shows event, which […]

New homes built on site of derelict community building

Lindum has completed construction of five new affordable homes at Swift Gardens on behalf of City of Lincoln Council. Work on the two-bed, four-person family homes started at in February with the demolition of the old Markham House building. Now they are complete, they will be let by the council at an affordable price and […]

Plans to regenerate disused land with new development of affordable homes

Plans are being drawn up to build 53 affordable homes on an empty field off Brant Road in Waddington. Local construction company Lindum and Lincolnshire-based housing provider Longhurst Group are behind the proposals, which were unveiled this week.

Lindum leads lessons in litter recycling

Children in Nottingham were given lessons in recycling and sustainability as part of building work at their school. Pupils from Claremont Primary School, in Claremont Road, were taught about the impact of single-use materials and shown how to reduce the amount of waste that’s sent to landfill. They also took delivery of new playground bins, […]

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