Rossendale Borough Council secured £50,000 funding from Restoring Your Railway and £100,000 from Lancashire County Council to appoint Systra to produce a Strategic Outline Business Case (SOBC).

 

Two surveys, one for individuals and one for businesses, were published on the 14th May 2022 and closed on the 22nd June 2022. You can read the results of the surveys HERE.

 

The SOBC is expected to be complete in September 2022.

 

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Aside from its breath-taking scenery, incredible views and remarkable landscapes, Rossendale has extensive offerings for businesses. The convenient location and excellent connections to world class supply chains, friendly communities and affordable properties provide a favourable setting for any company.

 

Great Valley at Work networking session tonight. A big thanks to Metis HR @metishr in Stacksteads for hosting!

The @haslingden2040 team are all set up on Haslingden Market, food by @Surufusion and info stalls from @RossendaleCT and #chairossendale

Early start today for our Climate Change themed Business Breakfast! ☕️
 
Local businesses are here to to find out more about how we can drive them to be net zero, and also network with other businesses.

Cllr Alyson Barnes is here open the event @InvestInRoss

Alyson Barnes

Rossendale is on the up. We’re delivering real lasting change to the borough. It’s a great time to invest and be part of something exciting

Alyson Barnes
Leader of the Council

Alyson Barnes

We’re a modern, forward thinking borough but we cherish our heritage. We are a unique place. It’s a great place to build your business

Alyson Barnes
Leader of the Council

Neil Shaw

We have a dedicated team to help your business grow

Neil Shaw
Chief Executive Rossendale Council