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An ambitious blueprint outlining how Lancashire will unlock its full economic potential is expected to be endorsed by councillors next week.
The transformation of a neglected Grade II Listed building in Bacup is now complete, thanks in part to a Government fund that aims to help areas across the UK unleash their potential.
Female scaleup support service begins in response to county-council report on barriers to women in business
Female business owners and decision makers from 14 leading businesses in Lancashire have joined forces to take part in a six-month, county council-backed support programme to help prepare their organisations for rapid growth.
Lancashire has submitted a bold bid to central government for a new investment zone which has the potential to generate tens of thousands of jobs adding billions of pounds to the value of the economy.
Lancashire County Council is calling on the government to make clear how local people will give their consent on any proposed fracking sites in their areas - and to commit to have any decision making on fracking to be taken by local councils.
Plans have been submitted for a new railway station in Preston, which will improve access to travel, work and leisure opportunities in the region.
Lancashire-based Accrol have increased their operational base by leasing a new logistics building, giving them more space to develop their business.
A planning application has been submitted to create a new high-quality sports facility in the heart of the county.
Proposals have been submitted to develop a major site in Central Lancashire, with a focus on high-quality employment uses which has the potential to create up to 5,600 full time jobs.
Construction of the M55 to Heyhouses Link Road is continuing at pace with the dry summer weather allowing good progress with the earthworks which are preparing the foundation for the road.
Lancashire’s 15 council leaders have come together in a show of unity to support all of the bold bids submitted to the government’s Levelling Up Fund.
Lancashire's £50 million bid to the Government's Levelling Up Fund has been submitted today.