Council news 2021
People are encouraged to give their views to shape plans for a new railway station in north-west Preston, which will improve access to work and leisure opportunities.
A significant milestone was reached on Thursday, when in full council it was approved that Preston City Council would provide the land for the Preston Youth Zone, in a key city centre location.
Today at full council, following a thorough procurement process, Preston City Council have appointed Conlon Construction Ltd as the Re-imagining the Harris Project preferred main contractor, project partner.
The weather is taking a turn for the worse and therefore people in our local community are quite rightly thinking about those who are homeless and don't have a roof over their heads.
Hollywood Bowl is coming to Preston as part of the city owned multi-million pound cinema and leisure complex, Animate.
A planning application for the city owned multi-million pound cinema and leisure complex, Animate, has been lodged by Preston City Council.
The Queen's Green Canopy (QGC) will unveil two key initiatives during National Tree Week this month - a community led project to plant 10,000 trees in Bradford, and the launch of a QGC "Champion Cities" initiative, of which Preston is one.
A piece of street art which pays homage to the Guild Wheel cycle route and its creator has appeared in Preston, and the Towns Fund Board is looking for more buildings in Preston to be host to future murals.
In a record-breaking year for the Green Flag Award, as the scheme marks its Silver Jubilee, with six of Preston's Parks included in the 2,127 celebrating success today.