Save Preston Bus Station: e-petition

Posted on - 15th December, 2012 - 9:54am | Author - | Posted in - Campaigns, Preston Bus Station


e-petition to Stop Preston City Council Demolition of Bus Station

John Wilson, the Save Preston Bus Station campaigner asks that if you support keeping the building have a look at the e-petition he is sending to the HM Government Transport Minister.

The e-Petition is called “Stop Preston City Council Demolition of Bus Station”.

If you agree click on the link below and follow directions to sign. You will be sent an email to confirm.


The e-petition reads:

‘Responsible department: Department for Transport

Please stop Preston City Council from demolishing the Bus Station.

Preston Council announced plans to demolish the iconic and internationally celebrated bus station. As well as being a unique and well preserved example of British design the building is also home to many local, regional and national bus services with council figures reporting 3000 buses and 56,000 passengers daily passing through the station.

Preston Bus Station has been put forward for listing twice by English Heritage and the 20th Century Society, it is also recognised by the World Monuments Fund as being an important building of its period.
The £700M Tithebarn project has now collapsed.

The people of Preston have asked for a referendum but have been denied’.

“Stop Preston City Council Demolition of Bus Station” – e-petitions

e-etition Stop Preston City Council Demolition of Bus Station

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