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Preston Bus Station

The latest news on Preston’s Bus Station. The grade-II listed building was threatened with demolition but after being listed in 2013 it has been undergoing a major renovation project.

Preston Bus Station: Transfer to County Hall moves step closer but documents restricted

The first legal stage in transferring Preston Bus Station to the county council has been approved. Council leader Peter Rankin has signed the heads of term arrangement which allows the […]

10 years ago
Preston Bus Station: Glimpses

We have not posted about Preston Bus Station for a while. If you are having withdrawal symptoms through lack of news why not join an informal meeting celebrating the Bus […]

10 years ago
Preston in the Picture – February Desktop Calendar

This month’s desktop calendar picture is another photograph taken from Preston Bus Station but from the opposite side to January’s picture. This is an early morning view from the City’s […]

10 years ago
Preston Bus Station to host community health event

Preston Bus Station will take on a different use on Tuesday, as an event to promote health and well-being stops off. The Connect 4 Life event will have stands from […]

10 years ago
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Brutalist beauty: Preston Bus Station on BBC4

The Bus Station and car park are in the brutalist style of architecture, popular in the 1960s Love it or loath it, the Bus Station will not go away. The latest examination of 1960’s concrete art or brutalist architecture that includes PBS will feature as part of […]

10 years ago
Exit Town Centre: Photo book featuring the Bus Station published

Preston Bus Station Exit Town Centre by Craig Atkinson is the third in his series of books documenting different aspects of Preston Bus Station. The limited edition book contains 28 […]

10 years ago
The Battle for Preston Bus Station front page of the Independent Magazine

Love, hate and concrete: The battle for Preston Bus Station. The story goes national. Front page of the Saturday Independent shouts the story of the ‘war’ between the Pros and […]

10 years ago
Preston Bus Station: Decision to transfer ownership to Lancashire County Council stands as call-in appeal fails

The last 12 months has seen the Bus Station's future completely transformed An appeal for Lancashire County Council’s decision to take over Preston’s grade-II listed Bus Station has failed. Leader of the Conservative group, Geoff Driver, led a group of six councillors […]

10 years ago
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