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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.

Opinion: So now the Bus Station sits at the heart of Preston’s future?

The last 12 months has seen the Bus Station's future completely transformed They say a week is a long time in politics, well try a year. This time last year we were gearing up for a decision on whether the Bus Station […]

10 years ago
Preston Bus Station: Plan to change ownership from Town Hall to County Hall approved

The transfer of Preston Bus Station from Preston City Council to Lancashire County Council is nearly complete. The city council’s cabinet met this evening to rubber-stamp proposals to sell the […]

10 years ago
Video: Preston Bus Station film available to view

Last night saw the première of ’56,000’, a short film about Preston bus station by two of the buildings biggest fans. Photographers Paul Adams and Andrew Wilson came up with […]

11 years ago
Preston Bus Station: Lancashire County Council say more funding can be found for restoring listed building

Lancashire County Council has indicated more money could be found to restore Preston Bus Station. Last night we revealed how Preston City Council are putting in motion the transfer of […]

11 years ago
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Control of Preston Bus Station to be handed over to Lancashire County Council

Preston’s grade II listed Bus Station is set to be transferred to be run by Lancashire County Council. The city council have tabled a proposal to gift ownership of the […]

11 years ago
Video: Preview of the Preston Bus Station film

Andrew Wilson and Paul Jones 56,000 – Premier from Paul on Vimeo. Here is a taster of what a short film about Preston Bus Station will be like. 56,000 premieres at the Continental on Thursday […]

11 years ago
Short film about Preston Bus Station to be premièred at The Continental

Preston Bus Station is now a listed building, but the Town Hall coffers have to support it A film celebrating the architecture and people of Preston Bus Station will be premièred later this month. 56,000 – a short film about the grade II listed building – takes […]

11 years ago
In pictures: Parade to celebrate Preston Bus Station

Students show off their model of the Bus Station on the Flag Market Campaigners marched from the Corn Exchange to the Flag Market on Saturday to celebrate the city’s grade-II listed Bus Station. Bernie Blackburn was down there to snap a few photos […]

11 years ago
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