Investing in our community
Property is a big part of how we bring together ideas, energy and resources to make life better in our communities.
Not only do we have our own outlets delivering valued services but we also provide flats and houses for local people to live and commercial premises in which they can work.
Property development can help bring land and buildings back into use and create attractive environments.
When developing properties, we always try to use local firms wherever possible. Our developments provide space for businesses, which in turn employ local people. This all helps boost the economy.
As well as our trading outlets, we have almost 600 commercial properties providing valued services such as shops, offices, industrial units and health care premises.
As property owners, we've been able to develop retail parks, medical centres and local facilities for our members across our trading area.
With Lincolnshire Co-op as a landlord, rents stay local and are invested in schemes that benefit the community.
These include property projects such The Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln city centre or the Lincoln Science and Innovation Park. We also support wider community services, like volunteer-run libraries and a network of Wellbeing Walks.
We're bringing new life, vibrancy and prosperity to Lincoln city centre.
Take a look at this ever-developing shopping centre in the heart of a busy market town.
Developed together with the digital community in Lincoln, our city centre hub Mosaic is a space for tech and digital businesses to grow and collaborate.
We’ve joined forces with the University of Lincoln to build a world-class science and innovation park off Tritton Road in Lincoln.
At Lincolnshire Co-op we try to enhance the communities where our members live and work. Property development can help to bring land and buildings back into use and create attractive neighbourhoods.