Luxury student flats planned for former Lincoln warehouse site

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The City of Lincoln Council’s planning committee will consider proposals for a 138 bed luxury student development on the site of former school buildings, a parish hall and warehouses.

The site off Mint Lane, adjacent to Beaumont Fee, contains three buildings; a former school facility, St Martins Parish Hall and warehouses used by Stokes of Lincoln before the company moved to its new headquarters at The Lawn.

An artist’s impression of the new flats development.

The former school site is unoccupied on Beaumont Fee

Plans by Leeds-based applicants Thomas Samuel Ltd propose to retain the three buildings but redesign and renovate them with the construction of two new buildings.

A layout of the plans put forward to the City of Lincoln Council.

Demolition would also be required of a single storey link extension between the parish hall and the school buildings.

The 138 studio rooms would be a managed scheme and vary in size. Each room would have a bed, private en suite, study and dining area.

Old and new buildings would be internally connected by a glazed atrium.

The council will consider the proposals at a later date.

The plans can be viewed in full here. 

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