Marshall House is a 9 storey purpose built office building which has recently undergone a significant refurbishment.
Preston was awarded City status in 2002 by the Queen and is now the commercial and administrative centre of Lancashire and the seat of Lancashire County Council. The city has a population of approximately 130,000. Preston is a major centre for learning and the home to the University of Central Lancashire which has a student population of more than 32,000.
Marshall House is prominently situated fronting Ringway (A6), Preston’s inner ring road, on the edge of the city centre. Adjoining Marshall House are the Magistrates Courts and Law Courts with the bus station within a short walk. All Preston’s city centre amenities are close by including retail,banking, leisure and parking together with the West Coast Mainline railway station. Located at the centre of Lancashire’s business and transport network Preston is within easy access of the M6 (2.7 miles), M61 (4 miles), M55 (3.5 miles) and M65 (3.4 miles).