News / Future bright for Lancaster says Parsonage

“There’s no doubt that the future is bright” for Lancaster, says chief executive for Lancaster City Council Susan Parsonage:

The university is a partner in the development of proposals for a Garden Village at Bailrigg, adjacent to their campus. This provides an opportunity to design a new settlement from the ground up and will perfectly complement the university’s Health Innovation Campus and its promise of a world-class centre of excellence for innovation and research.

There’s no doubt that the future is bright and our unique position, not only as a key growth centre for Lancashire but also as an important part of Morecambe Bay, is a great advantage. This is reinforced by the three leaders of Lancaster, Barrow and South Lakeland Councils signing up to work more closely on economic development opportunities.

A historic city, beautiful coastline and incredible rural spaces combine to provide a stunning location whilst our heritage, arts and culture sets the area apart.

We have fantastic partners locally, across Lancashire and around Morecambe Bay, and together we are creating a great and thriving place.

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Future bright for Lancaster says Parsonage