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New Car Park Opens in Preston City Centre
A new short stay car park has opened on the service road of the former Indoor Market.
 Funding boost for homelessness services
Homelessness services in Preston have received a significant boost with over £900,000 of Government funding being allocated to support rough sleepers in the city.
Mayor of Preston sends condolences to Australia
The Mayor of Preston, Councillor David Borrow, has written to The High Commissioner for Australia expressing sympathy and condolences to everyone affected by the bush fires in Australia.
Brew + Bake re-launch in new location at Preston Markets
Brew + Bake have successfully moved to their new stall in the Market Hall and will be open for business from Friday 10 January.
The Harris welcomes library staff transfer
The Harris Museum, Art Gallery and Library have welcomed Harris library staff who have transferred over from Lancashire County Council to Preston City Council to create one Harris team.
Preston Markets set to bloom with new florist
Spring is coming early to Preston Markets this week as Preston Flowers opens its doors on Wednesday 8th January.
Deputy Leader elected as housing forum chair
Councillor Peter Moss, the Deputy Leader of Preston City Council, has been elected as the new Chair of the North West Housing Forum (NWHF).
Bid to improve transport infrastructure around Preston
A bid for up to £182m funding has been made by Lancashire County Council to further improve transport infrastructure in and around the Preston area.
Media Statement: Housing land position statement
Statement from Councillor Peter Moss, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Planning and Regulation
Fine for Halfords Ltd following health and safety breaches
On 20th November 2019 Halfords Ltd, a national retailer of bikes and car parts, was ordered to pay a total of £213,406.35 by Blackburn Magistrates' Court for breaching a number of health and safety provisions following an accident in which an employee was injured.