Designed as the main restaurant premises at The Lawn, planning permission has been obtained for A3 and A4 use and for construction of a largely glazed extension illustrated on the CGI on page 5, to improve the configuration of this part of what was previously function room space and to provide net useable floor space of about 420 m² (4,500 sq ft). These premises are shaded blue.
Two operational car spaces are available with the premises.
The restaurant area can be extended if required and subject to availability, into Suite 2 (hatched blue), to bring the total net useable floor space up to about 500 m² (5,300 sq ft). A third operational car space is reserved for letting with Suite 2.
The profile of these premises has been significantly enhanced by knocking through into the adjacent former shop unit (see red arrows on the layout plan) to create a new entrance from the main concourse.
Additionally an extensive terrace will be constructed facing Union Road and the western Castle walls to create a significant outside seating area in an attractive setting but retaining an intimate feel.
Within the part shell layout, specific tenant requirements should be able to be accommodated so long as they do not impact adversely on the character of this Grade 2* Listed building.
Lincoln is a major retail and tourist destination and the administrative capital of Lincolnshire.
It continues to be an important specialist engineering centre but the last 20 years have also seen it develop as a major educational centre with the University of Lincoln less than half a mile south of the subject property with over 14,000 students and BG University a specialist teaching centre just over half a mile to the north east. Over £20m was recently spent on the restoration of the adjoining Lincoln Castle with its Magna Carta Vault while east of the Castle the magnificent Lincoln Cathedral attracts 3.7 million visitors a year.
The premises are available to a part shell finish on a lease for any multiple of 5 years, on the equivalent of full repairing and insuring terms (by way of service charge arrangements). Each side will be responsible for their own legal and other fees and costs.Specific tenant requirements can be incorporated into an Agreement for Lease.
By appointment with the sole agent