This category relates to all things to do with redevelopment in Preston.Opinion: What should happen to the old Post Office?
The former post office building situated right in the heart of the city is a beautiful, iconic building and is extremely important to the people of Preston. Forming, as it […]10 years ago Plans for a leading skate park in Moor Park submitted
Plans for a skate park in a historic Preston park have been submitted by the council. A part of Moor Park opposite Deepdale stadium will be developed to allow skateboarding, […]10 years ago Opinion: Are local councils just going to ignore Lancashire’s regional housing plan?
Town planning found itself in the unusual position of making the headlines over the summer. Especially, if you were a Daily Telegraph reader and following their Hands off our Land […]10 years ago John Lewis pull out of Preston as Tithebarn is ‘not financially viable’
Preston’s proposed £700m city centre redevelopment has been confirmed as not going ahead in its current form, say council bosses. John Lewis’s decision not to come to Preston City Centre […]10 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Proposals for new Preston homes go on public display
Plans for how Preston and the surrounding area are to cope with a growing demand for new homes will go on display today. The Central Lancashire Core Strategy shows how […]10 years ago Opinion: Bus station debate shows how Preston has fallen behind
This is a guest post by Steve Ratcliffe. You can find him on Twitter here, and he also blogs here. To be clear I am neither Pro-Tithebarn nor Pro-Save Preston […]10 years ago Preston Bus Station named on world monuments list
The under-threat Preston Bus Station has been named this week as a worldwide monument in need of protection. The bus station, which is due to be demolished as part of […]10 years ago North South divide hits shopkeepers where it hurts
Shopkeepers fear that the current dip in sales could mean the death of the high street as the north south divide grows ever bigger. Figures released by the Local Data […]10 years ago Most Discussed