The Cornhill Quarter adds Neon Sheep and Doughnotts to its line-up
Neon Sheep and Doughnotts have both signed to take new stores at Lincolnshire Co-op’s The Cornhill Quarter.
The scheme in the centre of Lincoln is currently being redeveloped in a series of phases.
Neon Sheep is taking a 1,711 square foot store while Doughnotts has signed for a 1,600 square foot space.
Other recent signings include Seasalt, énergie Fitness, 200 Degrees and HMV.
Doughnotts’ Lincoln will be the brand’s fourth branch. Meanwhile, stationery brand Neon Sheep is also expanding across the the country after being established by the founder of Mountain Warehouse.
Ursula Lidbetter, Lincolnshire Co-op’s chief executive, said: “The Cornhill Quarter is continuing to attract exciting brands for the city; we have been able to announce a number of names over the past few months which all bring something different and create an attractive mix for Lincoln. We are confident in our vision to create a destination for residents and tourists alike which is also the gateway to Lincoln city centre.”
Work is now reaching completion on the second phase of the redevelopment of The Cornhill Quarter and work has begun on the third phase of the scheme.
The shopping destination is also home to brands such as Cosy Club, Moss Bros., Flying Tiger Copenhagen, Thomas Cook, Lakeland and Co-op.
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