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