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Art intervention protest against new Preston sign’s ties to slavery and exploitation

The Preston sign with chains added for Tim's art intervention Pic: Tim Saunders A local artist has carried out an art intervention to protest against the new Preston sign’s ties to slavery and exploitation. The steel sign with rope woven through was unveiled […]

4 months ago
St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School sees Bishop open extension to building

St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School in Avenham has had a new extension blessed by the Bishop of Lancaster. The new entrance at the front of the school has been built […]

6 months ago
Disappointment at fresh housing plans for Harris Park

A new application to redevelop Harris Park for residential use has been submitted. The plans would see existing buildings converted to housing, new homes built, and changes to the overall […]

8 months ago
Final beam placed at £35million Urban Hub development in Moor Lane

Pillars have marked a milestone in the Urban Hub project after placing the final beam on top of the development. The 160,000sqft scheme scheduled for completion in 2022 in Preston […]

9 months ago
Advertisement Advertisement Preston architect joins Lord Blunkett for Leaders Council podcast

A Preston architect has joined Lord Blunkett on the Leaders Council podcast to discuss the government’s build back better scheme. David Cox from David Cox Architects was invited onto an […]

1 year ago
Four new apartment blocks in £50m PR1 scheme granted permission to be built in Preston city centre

Plans for PR1 major apartment development. Pic: Pillars The Property developer Pillars, has been granted full planning permission for 294 luxurious residential apartments with underground parking. The new development called PR1 is located in Preston City Centre on […]

2 years ago
Three new blocks of flats planned for car park in Avenham

Looking into the courtyard for the new flats Three large-scale apartment blocks could be built on a car park in Preston city centre. A pay and display car park which borders Avenham Street and Syke Street is being […]

3 years ago
Preston’s second-tallest building is due for approval

One of the balconies at the new Lofthaus flats What would become the second-tallest building in Preston has been recommended for planning approval. Towering at 21-storeys the LoftHaus is a £15million scheme. Developers ASSH Investments submitted an outline planning […]

3 years ago
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