£21m University of Lincoln medical school given go-ahead

The University of Lincoln’s £21 million medical school has been given the green light and will become the first of its kind in Lincolnshire. Plans were submitted to City of Lincoln Council for the multi-million pound building and teaching at the school will be delivered as a partnership with the University of Nottingham. The school will be built next to the existing science laboratories, the Janet Lane-Claypon Building, and opposite the University’s Isaac Newton Building on the southern edge of the main Brayford Pool Campus. The landmark facility will help to tackle the shortage of health staff across Lincolnshire and teach the next generation of medical students.