Homeware group ready to roar into former Preston motorcycle showroom

Homeware group ready to roar into former Preston motorcycle showroom

An unnamed homeware store group is ready to kick-start Preston's former Harley Davidson motorcycle showroom which has been empty for more than six months. The Leyland-based Willeth Pension Fund, which owns the property on Strand Road, says it has a client eager to roar in if the city council will give permission for the change of use. The showroom, which Bowker Harley Davidson has occupied for the past 14 years, was previously the Strand Bar and Bistro, Preston s first non-smoking venue. The Strand opened in 2005, but closed down less than two years later, with Bowker taking over the building in 2007 to sell the iconic motorcycle brand.

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