Council chiefs are preparing a New Year’s resolution of their own in 2012 – to listen to the views of residents. Admitting the failures of the Tithebarn project, Preston City […]7 years ago Think tank raises concerns over lack of Preston city centre business growth
Preston has been labelled as the key city for driving economic growth in Lancashire, according to a report by a think tank for urban economies. The Centre for Cities research […]7 years ago Online petition calls for referendum on future of Preston Bus Station
Campaigners fighting to save Preston’s Bus Station have launched an epetition on the council website calling for a referendum to decide the building’s future. The petition, put forward by John […]7 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 […]7 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Traders get opportunity to ask council key questions
Preston North End’s Deepdale Stadium saw a coming together of more than 100 traders, to fire questions at some of the main players at Preston City Council. The event, organised […]8 years ago Guest post: Save our club. Jalgos forever.
In 1963 the Lancashire Evening Post ran a story about a colour bar operating in Preston. An organized pub crawl organized by the Commonwealth Association discovered two bars in the […]8 years ago West Indian club Jalgos under threat from Tithebarn
The campaign to save Preston’s principal West Indian social club is in full swing following the approval of Tithebarn plans. Preston City Council’s £700m plan for Tithebarn has caused problems […]8 years ago Preston Bus Station: picture special
With the Tithebarn regeneration project looking likely to go ahead, Preston’s historic Bus Station could soon be a thing of the past. There have been mixed views, and many debates […]8 years ago Most Discussed