Revised £30m Lincoln transport hub plan approved

Artists' impression of Lincoln's proposed transport hub Image copyright City of Lincoln Council
Image caption The proposals include building a new bus station, multi-storey car park and footbridge

Work on a £30m transport hub in Lincoln is expected to begin in August after councillors approved a revised planning application.

The scheme includes a bus station, 1,000-space multi-storey car park and footbridge.

It also now includes plans to build a temporary bus station while the new one is constructed.

The council says the plans, going before the planning committee in May, will "revitalise the city centre".

Image copyright City of Lincoln Council
Image caption A footbridge will be built between Tentercroft Street and Sincil Street

The project has received £11m of funding from the Department for Transport and £2m of Greater Lincolnshire Local Economic Partnership funding. The council has said it will borrow the additional £16m needed.

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