I was outraged to read that the London based Twenieth Century Society are to launch a bid to list Preston's controversial bus station.
I say; "Save your time and effort, go and List something more culturally important elsewhere."
I understand people have strong feelings about the structure and its proximity to certain shops and the markets, but it needs to be demolished and the sooner the better.
It is run down, unsafe, cold, dirty, smelly and over sized.
With the greatest respect, I suspect it's the older people of our city most upset at it's removal as part of Prestons Tithebarn transformation. To these people, and to the Twentieth Century Society particularly, I would appeal that you do not leave the dirty eyesore as your legacy to the next generation.
You need to think about the bigger picture, it's about more than a bus station. Preston is slowly rotting, slowly dieing. Preston Bus Station needs make way for a revitalised city for the next generation of proud Prestonians.
(please note: As with everything on this blog - These are my personal views and are not those of my employer)