Scawby convenience store

Update image from Scawby convenience store as site works continue.

Cornhill Quarter, Lincoln

Progress images of our ongoing works at Sincil Street. We are the Architects for the newly refurbished and extended commercial spaces and shopfronts, which are a positive change for the City.

Cornhill demolition works

Progress image of the demolition works at Cornhill, Lincoln. Exciting times for us as Architects and for the regeneration of this quarter of Lincoln. The new retail development will include and with additional retail space available.

Practical completion

Lincolnshire Co-op’s new Hykeham convenience store is nearing completion.

Planning permission

Framework have achieved planning permission for a new Co-operative food store at Springfield Road, Grantham. The proposed building has a traditional form, utilising contemporary brickwork detailing.

Planning permission

Framework have achieved planning permission for a new neighbourhood centre which includes a Co-operative food store, retail units and residential apartments at Skellingthorpe Road, Lincoln.

Lincoln pub to make way for new store and flats



Planning approval

Framework has designed and secured detailed planning permission for a new affordable housing development at Ancholme Road, Scunthorpe, on behalf of ONGO Homes.

Situated on the site of a former shopping arcade and flats the project provides a total of thirteen affordable homes comprising 5 two-bedroom and 8 three-bedroom properties.

The layout observes established building lines in order to harmonise with the existing houses and help ‘repair’ the street scene with appropriately scaled buildings while maintaining the privacy and amenity of adjacent existing residential properties.

Listed Building consent

Framework have achieved Listed Building and Planning consent for the conversion of a Grade II listed building in Market Place, Boston, Lincolnshire to commercial at ground floor with residential apartments over.

The Corn Exchange, Lincoln

Framework are proud to be involved in the Lincoln Corn Exchange project which won the Regeneration and Restoration Project of the Year at last nights East Midlands Property Awards Dinner.

Parkside Crescent, Spalding

Framework are proud to involved in the Parkside Crescent development, 10 new homes for Welland Homes, owned by South Holland District Council.