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Preston Bus Station: Listing decision due early next week

Posted on - 6th September, 2013 - 5:52pm | Author - | Posted in - News, Preston Bus Station, Preston City Centre
The Bus Station and car park are in the brutalist style of architecture, popular in the 1960s

The Bus Station and car park are in the brutalist style of architecture, popular in the 1960s

A decision on whether to list Preston’s iconic Bus Station will be revealed next week, according to a Lancashire MP.

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Ben Wallace, who represents Wyre and Preston North, tweeted to say a decision was due on Monday or Tuesday (September 9 or 10).

 

This is the third attempt from campaigners to have the building, which is threatened with demolition, listed.

English Heritage are among the groups to submit evidence saying the Bus Station is a “fine example of Brutalist architecture”.

Culture minister Ed Vaizey has recently listed buildings of a similar style and era.

What do you think? Should the Bus Station be listed? Let us know in the comments below

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