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Lindum Group breathes new life into derelict shopping centre

A derelict former shopping centre in Wellingborough is to be demolished and 23 new flats will be built in its place. Lindum Group is to knock down the old buildings in Lea Way, which had become a hub for antisocial behaviour in the town. Our Peterborough Division will then build a complex of new homes […]

Work on town police station heralds start of new construction framework

  Lindum Group is delighted to begin construction work on a new home for Nottinghamshire Police. The force is moving in with Bassetlaw District Council as part of a local restructure in the town of Worksop. The move, which will see police share Queen’s Buildings with the council, is designed to save money while increasing […]

York Racecourse improvement scheme to be unveiled at Dante Festival

Lindum Group’s £5m upgrade to York Racecourse will be showcased this week when the new racing season begins. The Dante Festival kicks off on Wednesday, May 16, and will provide racegoers with a chance to see the major improvements carried out to the grassed infield area, which runs parallel to the final furlong of the […]

Bricklaying student enjoys “˜insightful’ work experience on Lindum site

Bricklaying student Josh Patten was given a taste of life in the trade during work experience at a high-profile York construction site. Josh was offered a week-long placement with  Lindum Group, after he was featured in the business pages of the York Press newspaper. Josh was profiled by the paper after winning a York College […]

Local children given tour of Train Station works

Young people were given a behind-the-scenes tour of Lindum’s on-going renovation work at Market Rasen Train Station. Members of the 2nd Market Rasen Scouts, Cubs and Beavers clubs visited the site in Chapel Street to hear how the project is progressing, discover the history of the station and take a look at how the restored […]