Lincoln Riseholme campus £20m masterplan revealed, including 750 homes

The University of Lincoln has revealed its £20 million masterplan for redevelopment of the Riseholme campus north of the city.

As reported previously, the substantial investment in the campus will set out educational development and around 750 new homes.

Overview of the proposed masterplan for the development. (Click to view more details)

Overview of the proposed masterplan for the development. (Click to view more details)

The outline plans for the 212-hectare site off the A15 are up for public consultation on Friday, March 4 and Saturday, March 5.

Agriculture, research, science, heritage and sports facilities will be built to secure the future of the site as a heritage asset and grow its specialisms in the agri-food technology industry.

The additional housing proposed for the site will fund the new facilities, teaching and research.

A new field station would be created to support agriculture and environmental scientific research as well as a heritage centre, where researchers and members of the public can explore Riseholme’s historic past.

The university is pursuing innovative research in technologies such ‘smart farming’ and autonomous robotic systems with its Lincoln Institute for Agri-food Technology.

Those wishing to see and comment on the plans can do so by visiting the campus, or by going online here.

Find out more about the project after The Lincolnite went on tour of the site.