Running north-south and bounded to the north by the River Witham (bridged by a footbridge), this area was originally wetlands reclaimed sometime late Anglo-Saxon or early Medieval. The river flowed just south of the wall of the Roman City Lindum Colonia. The present course of the river dates from the 12th century.
Sincil Street is the only remaining heritage outside the Central Market in Lincoln (ironically older than the Central Market), parts dating from 1840, home to many independent retailers, the street more popular than the High Street demolishing the myth shoppers prefer the sameness of High Street retailers (Sincil Street is busier than the High Street).
Little alleys run between the shops, some run to the back of the shops, others run through to what used to be workshops, but now an ugly bus station.
All that remains of heritage of this period in this part of the town centre.
And yet the City Council wishes to see Sincil Street destroyed. Revival to be demolished to make way for a soulless shopping centre.
No one wishes to see Sincil Street destroyed, it gives the area character, the local businesses recycle money within the local economy.
Why is the City Council hell bent on destruction?