Business blog archive 2021
Find out about key investment and development news which took place across Preston in 2021.
For the latest updates see business blog 2022.
At full council, it was approved that Preston City Council would provide the land for Preston Youth Zone in a key city centre location.
A planning application for a multi million pound cinema and leisure complex has now been submitted to Preston City Council.
Lancashire has been chosen as one of eight UK Local Skills Improvement Plan (LSIP) trailblazers which aims to reshape the local technical skills system.
A new guide has been launched by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) outlining six practical principles to support remote and hybrid working.
An iconic bronze Wallace and Gromit bench sculpture has been unveiled outside Preston Market by the duo's creator and Prestonian Nick Park.
Preston's multi-million pound cinema and leisure development took an important step forward today as Councillors approved a funding deal for the project.
The University of Central Lancashire, in partnership with the Preston Cooperative Development Network, is offering start-up support until March 2022.
The MET - which stands for Mobile Event Tent - will be installed in the city's Harris Quarter and will play host to an array of attractions later this year.
Businesses across the North West, specialising in innovative drone technologies, have received a major boost thanks to multi-million funding grants secured by UCLan.
CityFibre has broken ground on a new infrastructure roll out that will future-proof the city's digital needs for generations to come.
City Living Strategy wins prestigious award at the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellence 2021 (3 May 2021)
The City Living Strategy, alongside partners Hive, were awarded the Silver Jubilee Cup at the RTPI Awards for Planning Excellence 2021.