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A highly regarded scaleup support programme funded by Two Zero is set to continue for a further year, with 43 well known Lancashire businesses taking part.
A Lancaster start-up firm that has developed a revolutionary new bladeless wind turbine designed to generate energy in urban environments is preparing to take its product to market following support from Lancashire County Council’s Access to Finance service.
Lancashire County Council has received a massive £5.5m boost for its plans to make sure more people have the option to safely walk, cycle, and wheel for short journeys.
A Lancashire supplier of children’s bedding products which works with brands including Xbox, Bluey, Jurassic World, Gabby’s Dollhouse and Disney is in the process of expanding into European markets, with the help of a Lancashire County Council-funded scaleup programme.
Lancashire County Council has agreed this year's programme of investment in local transport infrastructure – including road and cycle safety and improvements to local footpaths and bus stops.
It is now easier than ever to take the train from Burnley Manchester Road after a new car park opened at the station this week (Monday 13 March 2023).
Lancashire county councillors, Fylde borough councillors, the MP for Fylde, and representatives of the Lancashire Enterprise Partnership met at the site of the M55 to Heyhouses Link Road this week for a progress update on its construction.
People are asked for the views on proposals for a new road scheme in South Lancaster to help to develop the plans.
A planning application for a new high-quality sports facility in the heart of the county has been approved in principle by councillors - subject to any call-in from the Secretary of State.
Councillors met this week to check on progress with Ormskirk's modern new bus station, which is expected to be ready to open and welcome passengers in around two weeks' time.
Traders in Burnley took part in a meet-and-greet with council representatives to share the message that they are 'very much open for business'.
The new Preston Western Distributor Road, linking parts of Preston and the Fylde to the M55 motorway, is to receive an official new name.