Redwood Consulting has been appointed on The Cornhill Quarter in Lincoln, which is being developed by Lincolnshire Co-op. The project is part of a £70 million redevelopment aiming to rejuvenate Lincoln’s retail offering and city centre, encompassing Sincil Street, City Square and the Corn Exchange.
Redwood will coordinate media relations for the emerging retail destination in the heart of the city centre, working alongside MadisonSoho, the retail and destination marketing firm. The first phase of the development will be the reconfiguration and extension of the Grade II listed Corn Exchange building, which will allow the creation of larger ground floor units with ancillary or trading floor space above totalling circa 27,000 sq ft.
Three new retailers have already agreed to take space in the Corn Exchange building, including quirky and eccentric Cosy Club restaurant, Danish home and general store, Flying Tiger Copenhagen and versatile menswear brand, Moss Bros. The news was announced by Redwood with coverage secured across the local print and broadcast press as well as trade media, with an exclusive in Property Week. Discussions are also well underway with a number of other leading brands for Corn Exchange building and other parts of the development.