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Keep up to date with all the latest news and updates from Preston City Council.


Media Statement - Cardwell Farm (23 February 2022)

A media statement from Chris Hayward, Director of Development and Housing at Preston City Council, regarding the Cardwell Farm Inquiry.

Life saving equipment installed on Preston Parks (8 February 2022)

Preston City Council has successfully installed three lifesaving defibrillators at Preston's most significant grassroots football sites - Moor Park, Ashton Park and Ribbleton Park. Match funded by the Lancashire Football Association, the devices are located within easy reach when football matches or training are taking place.

Preston City Council Successfully Defends Planning Inquiries (4 February 2022)

Following multiple lengthy planning inquiries, officers at Preston City Council have successfully defended seven planning appeals.

A County Deal for Greater Lancashire - Leader's statement (27 January 2022)

Council Leader, Councillor Matthew Brown's comments on a County Deal for Greater Lancashire, following a report to Full Council today.

Help us 'Plant Preston' for the Queen's Jubilee (26 January 2022)

Preston City Council is proud to announce the "Plant Preston" fortnight, taking place 2-16 March 2022 - a city-wide campaign inviting residents, community groups, businesses, Parish Councils, and partner organisations to participate.

Holocaust Memorial Day - One Day (27 January 2022)

Statement from Councillor Nweeda Khan reflecting on the upcoming Holocaust Memorial Day.

Walk-in weekend to #GetYourJab (19 January 2022)

A vital step in our fight against the virus is the continuation of rolling-out the NHS Covid-19 vaccination programme. To help with this, a mobile vaccination clinic will be in Preston on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 January.

£450,000 Boost for Harris Your Place (14 January 2022)

Two major grants have been offered to support Harris Your Place from National grant-makers Garfield Weston Foundation, and the Wolfson Foundation. Building on the existing £10.02m capital project supported by National Lottery Heritage Fund, the grants will support additional works to the second-floor galleries of the Harris, helping to realise our full ambitions for the capital project.

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