The recent developments in the Cornhill Quarter and St. Marks are benefitial to moving Lincoln forward, but we must not forget our rural roots and traditional heritige. Improving our developing city with better access to green spaces, and ensuring Lincoln does not become the “concrete jungle” many have been vocal to fear. Having local artists licenced in key areas to add personal, creative character (much like the recent Imps painted on the High Street) would only decorate an already outstanding and beautiful city.
Not only will these changes benefit tourism and improve local support for upcoming developments, it will improve the emotional and mental well-being of the community through access to green spaces, and clearly outline the City’s action, rather than intention, towards the declared Climate Emergency that affects us all.
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