A new £3.1 million health centre is set to be completed within two months.
Bosses at construction firm Eric Wright say they are on course to finish the purpose-built Great Harwood centre by October.
The area has been transformed over the past six months as the long-awaited health centre is constructed.
The centre is being built next to the current building on Water Street which will be decanted and demolished at the end of October.
Bosses say the demolition will be completed by January and a new car park built over the site.
Allison Lee, of Eric Wright, said residents can expect a ‘high quality’ and modern facility to meet the community’s needs.
She said: “Residents will benefit from a £3.15 million purpose-built facility that will integrate and enhance the provided range of health services within the modern, flexible, accessible, high quality environment designed to meet patient and service providers’ needs.
“The project will have a keen focus on sustainability and will be constructed with environmentally-friendly materials and features while respecting the local environment.”
A spokesperson for NHS Property Services said: “We are pleased to say this exciting project is on schedule for October.”