Brayford development to create 100 jobs and three restaurants if approved

Plans for three new restaurants, luxury apartments and office space on Brayford Wharf, creating around 100 jobs, are to be decided on by councillors next week.

As revealed exclusively back in October 2015, the £20 million project proposed by Lincoln-based Jackson & Jackson Developments Ltd would incorporate Mill House, formerly occupied by Mouchel, and Viking House, which is currently used by Jobcentre Plus.

Artist's Impressions: Stem Architects Ltd

Artist’s Impressions: Stem Architects Ltd

In addition to the three restaurants, the planned development would 20,000 square foot of office space and at least 69 private apartments.

The applicants have indicated that the development, named ‘One the Brayford’, would create between 90 and 110 jobs if approved.

Artist's Impressions: Stem Architects Ltd

Artist’s Impressions: Stem Architects Ltd

Dominik Jackson, of Jackson & Jackson Developments, said: “We’re looking forward to bringing an exciting development forward on the Brayford – an area which is central to Lincoln’s growth with many national brands present on the waterfront.

“We will be looking at a scheme to make the end of the Brayford walkway feel more complete, tenanted with brands which will make it a destination in its own right.

“The site also presents a fantastic residential opportunity with existing views all over Lincoln.

“We in Lincoln haven’t had a key central apartment development for seven to eight years now, and in that time there have been a number of impressive new home tech creations. Where possible we will try to maximise these.”

Artist's Impressions: Stem Architects Ltd

Artist’s Impressions: Stem Architects Ltd

City of Lincoln Council’s planning committee will consider the development at a meeting on Wednesday, March 9.