Preston County Court

Preston County Court, officially known as Preston Combined Court Centre, is a key facility located in the heart of Preston, Lancashire. The court handles a variety of cases including bankruptcy, crime, high court matters, housing possession, and money claims. It serves both the local community and broader areas within Lancashire, dealing with significant legal matters and providing essential court services.

The court complex, situated on Openshaw Place, Ring Way, was opened in 1996 and features a modern design with an asymmetrical frontage and a connecting glass entrance. This design is the work of Alistair Sutherland from the architectural firm Austin-Smith:Lord, reflecting a contemporary approach to court building aesthetics​​​​.

Interior of Preston Combined Court Centre showing modern design features.

More Information On Preston County Court

  • Address: The Law Courts Openshaw Place Ring Way Preston Lancashire PR1 2LL



    • General Enquiries (Crown Court): 01772 844700
    • Civil Queries: 01772 844740 / 844901

    Opening Hours:

    • Court building: Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 5 pm
    • County Court enquiries counter: 10 am to 2 pm​​.

More Information On Preston County Court

Preston County Court plays a crucial role in the administration of justice within the region, equipped with modern facilities to handle a variety of legal cases. It offers specific services like video conferencing and has provisions for disabled access, ensuring comprehensive support for all court users. For further information on Preston County Court and other UK county courts, CLICK HERE.