Signature Living Preston and Loyola Hall, the two companies responsible for Preston’s Shankly Hotel and the Rainhill Hall Hotel, respectively, have entered administration.
The Crown Prosecution Service has taken 6,779 sq ft across two floors at Guildhall House in the city’s largest post-pandemic office deal.
The University of Central Lancashire wants to build a 45,000 sq ft facility on Victoria Street within its central Preston campus.
Preston City Council is on the hunt for an expert to help with the £13m revamp of the grade one-listed museum, gallery, and library off Market Square.
Premier Sagar wants to build 52 city centre apartments, 44 of them in a 14-storey block.
Kirsty Robinson, Tom Hargreaves and Dan Metcalf have been promoted to the board at AG Project + Building Consultancy.
Set off Tom Benson Way, 26 acres of the former Ingol Golf and Squash Club could become a neighbourhood under an application lodged by Rowland Homes.
Plans for a 124-apartment building, to be built at Tithebarn Street next to the city’s listed bus station, were approved along with a 44-strong Wainhomes housing scheme.
A reported surge in demand has led AG Project + Building Consultancy to expand its offerings to clients to include advice on EPC assessments, retrofitting, BREEAM certification and more.
Regular joint venture partners, the developers have submitted outline plans for a £65m industrial and warehousing scheme on a 62-acre site at Roman Way.
Lancashire County Council has begun the process of procuring a contractor for the proposed railway station, between Lea Road and Sidgreaves Lane in northwest Preston.
Arc Cinema has taken 29,500 sq ft at the £40m leisure complex.
A roundup of political wins and losses in the region from 5 May’s local elections, including the leader of Oldham Council losing her seat and a huge win for Labour in Cumbria.
Consent was also granted for repair works at The Harris and for a retail project featuring Aldi at the Trident Centre site.
A trio of companies has signed for a combined 70,000 sq ft at the joint venture’s Preston industrial development.
HBD-Barnfield, the joint venture delivering the 18-acre East logistics scheme off the M6, is hoping to secure planning permission for 150,000 sq ft of industrial space.
The government called in the application for a 16,000+ sq ft mosque off D’Urton Lane earlier this month, and now details have been released on the inquiry’s timeframe.
Levelling Up funds could breathe new life into the historic bridge, under plans announced by Preston City Council.
Along with Maple Grove Developments’ 168,000 sq ft leisure scheme, the city council has greenlit housing and a district retail centre in Cottam.
Animate is a 168,000 sq ft mixed-use development on the city’s former indoor market site that is being delivered by Maple Grove Developments for the local council.
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