NEWS IN PICTURES: Big changes on Lancaster's horizon

Lancaster’s skyline has seen plenty of changes recently.

Thursday, 4th July 2019, 3:01 pm
Residential housing was recently completed alongside the river Lune on St George's Quay.

See how large-scale building developments are changing the face of the city...

St George's Works was demolished last year to make way for a major new development next to the railway bridge.
The 632-bed student village by developer Hines UK Ltd is due to open in the autumn.
Construction firm Robertson have converted the former Lancaster City Council owned St Leonard's House into 180 student rooms.
The former offices are being converted into 81 studios, four 4-bed, seven 5-bed and eight 6-bed cluster flats, a gym and communal facilities.
Lancaster developer Cityblock is building en-suite student bedrooms within cluster flats and studios over a single large commercial ground floor on the former Apothecary/The Lounge site.
More student accommodation is being built on the site of the former Warehouse Nightclub.
Cityblock recently completed this development in Penny Street, with commercial use on the ground floor.
Cityblock is also working on the former Gillows building in North Road, again, for student accommodation.
The historic St George's Mill was demolished to make way for student flats