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Key places and buildings in Preston which are regularly in the news

In pictures: Photos of Preston Bus Station as a listed building

On Monday the Bus Station was confirmed as a grade II listed building, so we sent Paul Melling down to get some new photos of the building. Well, it hasn’t […]

8 years ago
Moor Park walk raises over £1,000 for charity

Over 100 people took part in a walk around Moor Park last Saturday to raise money for a Preston charity. Heartbeat’s annual walk is expected to raise £1,000 and saw […]

8 years ago
Number 771: Preston Bus Station joins the list of the city’s listed buildings and structures

There’s been a lot of media coverage and indeed, robust debate about the listing this week of Preston Bus Station by culture minister Ed Vaizey. The decision recognises the building’s […]

8 years ago
Not just the Bus Station: Three Preston parks get upgraded listed status

Three of Preston’s parks have had their special historic status upgraded. Moor Park, Avenham Park and Miller Park are all now having a star added to their grade II listing. […]

8 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement Opinion: Where do we go from here for Preston’s listed bus station?

Stamp of approval: The Bus Station is now grade II listed Well, well, well, what a week it’s been! (and it’s only Wednesday) The latest episode in Preston’s long running bus station saga unfolded creating a storm of local and national […]

8 years ago
Preston Bus Station: Preston council leader and Save the Bus Station campaigner spar on Radio Lancs

preston bus station The future of Preston’s Bus Station has been debated on BBC Radio Lancashire following the announcement of its listed status. Leader of Preston City Council Peter Rankin and Save the […]

8 years ago
Reaction: Preston Bus Station secures grade II listed status

The city council and English Heritage disagree on the cost of restoring the Bus Station Preston Bus Station is the hot topic today as culture minister Ed Vaizey granted it grade II listed status. The building splits Prestonian opinion down the middle, with some loving […]

8 years ago
Preston Bus Station: Minister grants building grade II listed status

It’s third time lucky for Preston Bus Station. It has been confirmed as a grade II listed building, making it a building of national importance and special interest. Bus Station […]

8 years ago
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