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Lancashire County Council gives financial update in the wake of the pandemic

County Hall in Fishergate Pic: Tony Worrall The financial outlook at Lancashire County Council remains broadly positive despite continuing uncertainty about local government funding and the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. A ‘Money Matters’ report considered by […]

2 weeks ago
Lancashire County Council to spend £3m on electric vehicles and charging points

Almost £3m is being invested into new electric vehicles and charging points after Lancashire County Council have given the go-ahead for a cleaner, greener future. The first service to go […]

3 weeks ago
Focus on local construction employment in new Preston City Council partnership

Cabinet at Preston City Council have given the go ahead to a partnership with Calico Enterprise Ltd for the implementation and monitoring of the Central Lancashire Employment Skills Supplementary Planning […]

4 weeks ago
Preston City Council will continue to run Avenham Park’s Pavilion cafe

The Pavilion Cafe in Avenham Park Pic: Tony Worrall Avenham Park’s Pavilion cafe is going to continue to be run by Preston City Council. The cafe has been run by the council since July 2019 after closing for a […]

2 months ago
Advertisement Advertisement Councillor asking Preston parents to have ‘patience and be kind’ as school isolations increase

Councillor Jayne Rear, Lancashire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Skills is asking parents to be patient and kind when it comes to school children needing to isolate due […]

3 months ago
Preston’s weather forecast as tree falls in Ashton-on-Ribble due to strong winds

Fallen tree in Ashton, Egerton road. Pic: Dan Parry A tree has fallen in Ashton as a result of this week’s windy weather. The tree has fallen on Egerton Road near to the Thurlby club. However, the council have […]

5 months ago
Preston City Council to discuss rough sleeping and homelessness in the city

Out on the city streets helping those in need Pic: Tom Stables/Foxton Centre Preston City Council is due to have a council meeting this week (Thursday 15 April) and will discuss homelessness and rough sleeping in the city. Two topics of the meeting […]

6 months ago
Housing developers say Broughton luxury housing scheme ‘not viable’ unless community contribution waived

Pillars - The Residences. Pic: Google maps Pillars Construction Ltd has submitted a letter to Preston City Council to remove the section 106 conditions from their Broughton development. Pillars, who have submitted the application regarding their development […]

7 months ago
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