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04.02.21

Lancashire to benefit from Local heritage funding

Whether a building, monument, site, place, area or landscape, Lancashire has a rich collection of local heritage assets. These assets hold a great deal of significance and importance for the area’s communities, and because of their heritage interest, they shape future development. They are an eclectic mix of places of work (both past and present), […]

16.10.20

Call for consultants

Growth Lancashire launches call for consultants Business support and economic development company Growth Lancashire Ltd has published details of its plan to deliver £1m of new activity, strengthening the delivery of its specialist services for the public and private sectors across the region. The company, which already provides heritage, conservation and arboricultural services, has now […]

16.10.20

New faces at Growth Lancashire

We are delighted to announce our third appointment of 2020, hiring Joanne McKay to the role of Heritage and Conservation Assistant. Joanne joins Growth Lancashire having recently completed a Masters (with distinction) in building conservation and adaptation at the University of Central Lancashire. The company works closely with the University, providing planning workshops as well […]

24.07.20

#Redefining Lancashire

Lancashire’s Local Authorities have come together with the Lancashire Enterprise Partnership and stakeholder organisations to create a bold vision of how the county can form a key part of rebuilding the UK economy. Working alongside regeneration guru Sir Howard Bernstein and his team at Deloitte, the plan, which has already been sent to the Prime […]

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