Traders get opportunity to ask council key questions

Posted on - 26th January, 2011 - 5:47pm | Author - | Posted in - Business, Opinion, People, Politics, Preston News, What's On in Preston

Preston North End’s Deepdale Stadium saw a coming together of more than 100 traders, to fire questions at some of the main players at Preston City Council.


The event, organised by the Chamber of Commerce, saw Preston Council Leader Ken Hudson, chief executive Lorraine Norris, deputy leader Eric Fazackerley and finance director Bernard Hayes asked questions by business traders from across Preston.

Hot topics included the proposed tram network, the 2012 Guild and the Winckley Square development.

Click the window below to replay the action, with live updates from Blog Preston’s co-editor Andy Halls.

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