Polling station review

Hyndburn Borough Council is launching a review of polling stations across the borough to make sure they meet the needs of residents. The review, which begins on 12 August, will also look at the polling districts – how the borough is split into...

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Our Financial Challenges

Revenue We currently spend around £11m each year on a range of services for people who live and work in Hyndburn. People make use of our services most days. Refuse and recycling collections, parks and play areas, sports and leisure, protecting...

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Postal and Proxy Voting

If you’re registered to vote, you will be sent a polling card before the election takes place. The polling card will tell you at which polling station you are able to vote. If you are unable to go to the polling station yourself you can...

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5 Ways to Search This Website

The council has many thousands of pages of relevant local information available, much of which will be published on this website over time. By using a web publishing system, we have developed a site that will hopefully provide you with all the...

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my.hyndburn

You can also check your recycling and refuse collection day and request a handy reminder to be sent to your phone at a convenient time. To access my.hyndburn, follow this link to register. You can also download the latest version of the app now...

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Housing Market Renewal

  Housing Market Renewal (HMR) was a major funding package established in 2003 by Central Government. HMR was expected to be a 15 year regeneration programme. This funding came to an end earlier than expected after the Comprehensive Spending...

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