The City of Lincoln
Our main office can be found in the beautiful and historic Cathedral City of Lincoln. Lincoln is located in central England and although it is surrounded by stunning countryside, it is still easily accessible with excellent road and rail links to the rest of the UK. The age of electronic filing and technology permits us to choose a location without the big city costs and without compromising our ability to provide high quality service. The majority of our work is carried out electronically and has the advantage of being much quicker and more efficient than the previous paper methods.
Lincoln is a city steeped in history, with evidence of Roman times still visible and a spectacular Norman cathedral. Tours of the visible Roman remains and Medieval buildings make for a pleasant day out. In the nineteenth century, it was a major centre for the manufacture of agricultural machinery and steam engines, while the twentieth century saw the development of the military tank here, and the building of aeroplanes in the First World War. Lincoln’s current industry includes the manufacture of gas turbine engines for power installations, forgings, and electronics components.
The University of Lincoln has grown rapidly since it opened in 1996, and has catalysed redevelopment and growth in Lincoln and its surroundings.
The county of Lincolnshire, one of the largest in England, is largely agricultural, but is bounded in the north by the industrial areas of North Lincolnshire (Scunthorpe), North East Lincolnshire (Grimsby and Immingham) and South Yorkshire (Doncaster).
Here are a few pictures of tourist Lincoln. Click on a picture for information, and then click again to see a larger version.