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Lancashire County Council has unveiled plans for a new £430m business park on the 160-acre Cuerden site near Preston, which could create 2,500 jobs.
Lancashire County Council is to invest £23m in the redevelopment of Preston Bus Station, including a new centre for the Youth Zone charity.
Lancashire County Council is planning to invest £8.3m in improvements to Preston bus station.
Lancashire County Council is drawing up proposals to develop a new business park at Cuerden, near Bamber Bridge.
Lancashire County Council is linking up with two other councils to create a new body called Transport for Lancashire, which will invest £35m in new road and rail projects over the next four years.
Lancashire County Council has approved plans from Reform Energy and Wyre Waste Recycling to build a £40m energy-from-waste plant in Fleetwood by 2013.
Lancashire County Council is to relocate 140 call centre jobs from Preston to the Globe Centre in Accrington over the next year.
Lancashire County Council and BT have announced plans to create a new outsourced services company, and many of the 800 staff will be transferred from the council's existing workforce.
Lancashire County Council is planning to set up a new £40m super-fast broadband network to attract more businesses to the area.
Lancashire County Council is drawing up plans to build an £8m youth club in Preston city centre, having also proposed similar centres in Wigan and Blackburn.
Lancashire County Council is to close its £20m Red Rose Hub customer service centre in Preston in February, and many of the 300 jobs will relocate to the Globe Centre in Accrington.
Lancashire County Council has agreed a £2bn 25-year waste management deal with Global Renewables and contractor Bovis Land Lease that will involve the development of two new Waste Technology Parks in Thornton and Leyland.
Lancashire County Council has approved plans for the development of a waste recycling plant in Preston's Docklands by 2009.
Lancashire County Council has announced proposals to build a waste plant at Preston Dock, which would handle up to 100,000 tons of household waste a year.
Lancashire County Council has secured £75m of government funding for the development of nine waste management facilities, which will process up to 900,000 tons of waste a year.
Lancashire County Council has approved plans from South Lakeland Caravans to build a £15m leisure village at a former gravel quarry near Carnforth, with the creation of 50 jobs.
Lancashire County Council is considering plans from South Lakeland Caravans for the development of a £15m holiday park near Carnforth, including 250 log cabins, a tropical swimming pool and the creation of 50 jobs.
Lancashire County Council has approved plans for the development of a hotel, sports centre, timeshare apartments and a pub and restaurant at a former quarry in Warton, which will create about 200 jobs.