November 19, 2012 12.40 pm This story is over 132 months old

Two new shops for lower Lincoln High Street

New shops: Two shop units have been let out on Lincoln’s High Street by a local chartered surveyors.

Two empty units on the lower Lincoln High Street have been let out this month, filling disused premises to give more variety to residents.

Former Santander Bank 326 High Street has been let to Ladbrokes bookmaker, while 341a High Street now houses an oriental supermarket.

Matthew Johnson from Chartered Surveyors Hodgson Elkington said: “The 326 High Street property generated a lot of interest and it is pleasing we managed to secure another nationally recognised tenant for the property.

“The letting of 341a High Street to a new start business indicates that at both ends of the business cycle, be it established national companies or new start businesses, Lincoln provides opportunities for both.

“Additionally, with the proposed East-West Link Road gathering pace, it has and will provide further confidence in the lower High Street, with the additional pedestrianisation of the area, it will only enhance the location.”