Lincoln’s various markets could see a drastic improvement from a national scheme to boost the city centre, if approved at an Executive Meeting next week.
Lincoln could be one of 12 locations set to benefit from the Portas Pilot by High Street expert Mary Portas (pictured).
If approved, it will mean the city is provided with funding to revitalise the main shopping area.
The pilot was set up after Portas reviewed the state of the UK’s High Street, and presented a number of recommendations for improvement.
In Lincoln the main focus of the pilot could be to work on the various markets held throughout the year.
As well as the permanent indoor markets run by the City Council and Lincolnshire Co-op in Cornhill and the Christmas Market, Lincoln BIG hosts a number of markets.
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