February 9, 2018 3.54 pm This story is over

Plans for seventh Lincoln Costa Coffee at railway station

A mini High Street right in the city’s train station

Lincoln Central Railway station has submitted plans to build a new Costa Coffee as part of a £2 million pound refurbishment of their facilities.

If the plans go ahead it will be the seventh Costa Coffee in the city, with others at St Marks, the High Street, the Odeon, the University Library, Valentine Retail Park and the Carlton Centre.

Coming Summer 2018. Lincoln Central will see its cafe and news agents revamped. Photo: Lewis Foster for The Lincolnite

The plans also indicate an intention to build a new Travelines unit, a convenience store chain which sells newspapers, confectionary and tobacco.

The submitted blueprints show the full extent of the refurbishment.

Alongside the new retail experience, the £2 million pounds will go towards a new passenger waiting room, new toilet facilities, restoration of the Grade II listed features and a new microbrewery.

Lincoln Central Station’s planning documents can be found on the Lincoln City Council website

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