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Ten Things to Consider When Moving to Lincolnshire

12 July 2022

Offering a diverse landscape; fifty miles of coastline, excellent beaches, and well-loved seaside towns. Wide open fields and the rolling Wolds. And of course, the buzzing cosmopolitan centre that is the county’s namesake city, Lincoln. It’s no surprise that Lincolnshire is an increasingly popular destination to relocate to. But could it be the perfect location for you?

The Realities of Rural Living 

Lincolnshire is at the heart of farming in the UK, meaning you can find delicious local produce in every part of the county. Think wide open fields, big skies, and quaint country roads. A picture-perfect existence. 

Farming in Lincolnshire

Just how large it is!

The second largest county in England covering almost 7000 km2, Lincolnshire is vast! With many villages and market towns all with their own identities offering you the choices of many differing locations enabling you to create your own dream life in Lincolnshire.

Beach in Lincolnshire

Where should you live?

The county offers many different lifestyle choices. A rural idyll for those who fancy their own version of The Good Life. Perhaps a bustling coastal location, or a quaint market town. And if a Schöffel coat and Hunter wellies aren’t your style, there’s always the vibrant city of Lincoln, where you’ll find a huge range of retail and restaurant chains, with some fantastic and unusual independents and boutiques.

People in market

Job Opportunities

Location can vastly increase your access to job opportunities. With a mix of idyllic villages, historic market towns and vibrant cities, there’s a wide range of employment opportunities within Lincolnshire. From engineering roles with Siemens and Dynex to health care opportunities with Lincoln Medical School, a partnership between Lincoln and Nottingham Universities, aiming to bring more health care professionals to the area.

Lincoln Cathedral

How will you commute and travel? 

Newark and Lincoln both provide fast train services to London. Grantham also gives quick and direct access to London via train. While the north and west are within easy reach of the motorway network and A-roads. Approximately half an hour connection by road to either the A1 South and A15 North giving access to the M180.

Making more local trips within Lincolnshire is predominantly by car, however, there is public transport available by way of buses for the shorter trips between villages and smaller market towns.

Train travel


Which amenities are important to you?

How far are you willing to drive to access shops and the supermarket? Consider the selection of eateries on offer locally, especially if you enjoy a Saturday night takeaway. And social butterflies may want a pub in handy walking distance. 

Lincoln street


For families, consider which catchment area your new home would fall into. There are some fantastic schools within Lincolnshire, including several Grammar Schools. Not forgetting the thriving University in the heart of Lincoln. 

Lincolnshire Schools

Explore connectivity options

Living off the beaten track with the soothing notes of singing birds for company may sound like pure bliss. However at Lindum Homes we understand the importance of being connected, whether this is for home office, schooling or just keeping you online for internet shopping we take this into consideration when choosing our development locations.

All our new homes have fibre broadband installed as standard. Lincolnshire County Council are aiming to provide every county home and business with superfast broadband through their Onlinincolnshire project.



Culture is abundant in Lincolnshire. The buzzing modernity of the city, a deep respect for its history and a real appreciation for the arts, including an up-and-coming poetry scene. And with a love of tradition and community, you’re likely to find Lincolnshire home to some of the friendliest folk you’ll ever meet.

Culture in Lincoln

Things to do

Outdoor pursuits are popular; walking, cycling, and country sports, often teamed with a visit to one of the many traditional pubs. And there’s no shortage of space for kids, with many play parks and farms, such as Rand Farm and Sundown Adventureland. And don’t forget Lincoln Castle, Cathedral and the many historical properties, Belvoir Castle, and Burghley House to name just two.

Family cycling

We’re proud to offer great homes in great locations throughout Lincolnshire. With over 50 years of experience as one of Lincolnshire’s leading house builders, you can be safe in the knowledge that we’ll go the extra mile to find you your perfect home.

View our locations and buyer schemes to make the first steps to finding your new home.

Find out more about Lincolnshire by downloading our Welcome To Lincolnshire eBook