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Tithebarn decision not expected until early 2011

preston bus station A decision on Preston’s £700 million Tithebarn development will not be made until March 2011 at the earliest, according to councillors at the most recent Central Area Forum. Onlooking residents were told that the inquiry, which is costing the council nearly £1 million, will end in June and will be referred to ministers in September later this year.

11 years ago
Money awarded to Preston Sea Cadets and Broadgate Residents Action Group

Two local community groups have been awarded money from the Preston City Council Central Area Forum.

13 years ago
Council leader claims all services are 'value for money' in 2008 review

At the Preston City Council Central Area Forum the leader of the Council Ken Hudson claimed that in a Value for Money exercise conducted by local councillors they found that […]

13 years ago
Row over concessionary fares likely to push City Council overbudget

At the Preston City Council Central Area Forum a presentation was made about Preston City Council’s finances for the year ahead and the year that is nearly passed.

13 years ago
Advertisement Advertisement Ashton Park to be home to new skate park

The Preston City Council Central Area Forum revealed on Thursday 29th January 2009 that Ashton Park has been chosen as the location for a brand new skate park. This is […]

13 years ago
Crime down in central Preston wards

At Preston City Counci’s Central Area Forum meeting there was a representative there from Lancashire Constabulary, she went through the crime figures for all the wards covered by the Central […]

13 years ago
Central Area Forum report: Flag Market redevelopment

On Thursday 29th January 2009 the Central Area Forum of Preston City Council met to allow the public a chance to see all the designs for Preston’s historic Flag Market […]

13 years ago
Flag market redevelopment winner decided – but how decision is reached is kept secret

UPDATE: The Freedom of Information request related to this post was successful and the full report that was given to the City Centre Committee has been released.

13 years ago
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