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Construction of the M55 to Heyhouses Link Road is making good progress, however a number of issues over recent months mean it is now scheduled to open in spring 2024.
Essential repair work has taken place on a crumbling footpath at Healey Dell Nature Reserve.
After erosion caused part of the path to crumble away, Lancashire County Council's Public Rights of Way staff teamed up with Rossendale Borough Council and Rochdale Borough Council to rebuild the surface of the path and install a new safety rail, ensuring public safety.
Lancashire is one step closer to a slice of a national £343m fund for electric vehicle public charge points.
County Councillor Jayne Rear, Lancashire County Council's cabinet member for Education and Skills, has updated cabinet on the ongoing situation regarding Reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) in Lancashire.
Strong financial management across Lancashire County Council has seen the authority report a very small overspend for the last financial year.
Artists from across the county have been honoured at a special celebration event to bring the first ever Lancashire Artist of the Year competition to a close.
A range of tours will bring Lancashire's historical sites to new audiences as libraries, archives, castles and museums will open to the public for a weekend of free events.
World Suicide Prevention Day 2023 takes place this weekend (Sunday 10 September), which sees people across the world taking the opportunity to raise awareness and consider the impact of suicide in our communities.
Councillors are set to approve numerous actions aimed at further bolstering special needs provision across Lancashire over the coming years.
Councillors are to consider new plans to rebalance on-street parking in Preston to make sure residents, businesses and visitors all have a fair chance to find a convenient space.
New reports to Lancashire County Council's cabinet present a 'health check' of Lancashire's roads, outline plans to invest in maintenance to a number of roundabouts, and propose new standards for critical braking surfaces which prevent vehicles from skidding.
Vital residential short break services helping unpaid carers and the people they care for are to get new funding rules.