Architecture students bring Cattle Market plans to Louth

Naomi Yehezkel with her work. EMN-151206-143544001
Naomi Yehezkel with her work. EMN-151206-143544001

Architecture students from the University of Lincoln will be bringing their innovative designs for the Cattle Market site to Louth next week.

The project was initiated in July 2014 by John Napier, senior lecturer at the university’s School of Architecture, and Nicola Marshall, the then town manager in Louth.

The students’ brief 
was: ‘Louth – an extension to a traditional town. Bringing different activities together to challenge mono-cultural development.’

The students responded to the brief with creative ideas for the site including a care hotel, food and market activities, education centre and supermarkets.

The exhibition includes plans, 3D drawings, development ideas and sketches.

It begins at St James’ Church at 5pm on Wednesday, July 1 and runs until midday on Thursday, July 9,

Nicola Marshall would like to thank the parish of Louth for agreeing to host the exhibition.