Plans to transform an iconic Lincoln building into a visitor attraction are set to be approved next week. The City of Lincoln Council wants to turn the Greyfriars building on Broadgate into a café and a heritage space after 20 years of standing empty.
The authority’s planning committee on Wednesday will be asked to examine the plans and approve them. Drawings submitted with the plans show the majority of the ground-floor being occupied by the café/restaurant, with the main entrance to the west from Free School Lane.
The plans also include a two-storey extension for a platform life and stairs, which would enable people to access a multi-use education space on the first floor. The original western entrance would be re-instated, and the Victoria extension would be demolished.
The building, which dates back
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