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Work is underway to build 98 new family homes in Broughton

Construction work has begun on 98 family homes in Whittingham Lane, Broughton, as part of the 15-acre Broughton Park development. Work to create roads, pavements and infrastructure is underway at […]

1 week ago
Views sought on Preston rules around multiple occupancy houses

houses on avenham place Residents and landlords are being asked their views on the current rules about houses of multiple occupancy (HMOs) in some areas of the city. Preston City Council is carrying out […]

3 weeks ago
Unicorn Hall gets green light to replace former Preston pub

The-Unicorn-Pub A new development of serviced apartments has been given the green light at the site of what was The Unicorn pub. The North Road pub, which closed to the public […]

3 weeks ago
Preston house prices on the up after a strong start to the year

House prices in Preston increased by an average of £1,194 in December. The latest figures from the Land Registry show the average house price in Preston is £128,921 – an […]

1 month ago
Advertisement Advertisement Have your say on plans to create an ‘urban village’ in the Stoneygate area

Sketch showing a view from Church Street to Manchester Road roundabout Members of the public are being invited to comment on plans for the Stoneygate regeneration. Preston City Council is gathering opinions on the Stoneygate Regeneration Framework draft Supplementary Planning Document […]

1 month ago
Have your say on how to improve quality of life in Preston and South Ribble

A view of Preston's skyline from Vernon Carus mill Pic: scrappyNW The deadline is approaching on your chance to have a say about how quality of life could be improved in Preston and South Ribble. A consultation has been running since […]

2 months ago
Protests ramp up as plans for 1,100 new homes in Penwortham are submitted

The Lanes designs Local protesters are ramping up their opposition to a major development in Penwortham. The Keep Bee Lane Rural campaign group is applying to protect Pickering’s Farm as green belt land […]

2 months ago
Funding boost sees extra £900,000 to support rough sleepers in Preston

A homeless man outside the closed BHS store Pic: Tony Worrall Homelessness services in Preston have received a significant boost with over £900,000 of Government funding being allocated to support rough sleepers in the city. Preston City Council along with its […]

2 months ago
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