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Get cosy! New restaurant opens

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Eccentric bar and restaurant Cosy Club has opened its doors at the historic Corn Exchange, part of our multi-million Cornhill Quarter development. 

The eatery joins a host of other tenants in the restored Lincoln building, which was recently named Heritage Project of the Year at the 2018 Greater Lincolnshire Construction and Property Awards. 

Lincolnshire Co-op is leading the Cornhill Quarter scheme alongside local firms including Banks Long & Co and construction firm Lindum.

Another phase of the redevelopment of the area is underway and progressing well with timings, on track for an autumn 2018 opening. 

This will see the sensitive restoration of shopfronts on Sincil Street and extensions supplying new retail space. A bright, attractive walkway through to the Lincoln Central multi-storey car park will also be created.

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