Emergency Planning

The Civil Contingencies Bill was introduced to Parliament on 7 January 2004. Its development was informed from the start by close consultation with key stakeholders in what was an open and inclusive policy-making process. The Civil Contingencies...

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Act Now

Our priority this Christmas is to keep everyone safe and secure while attending events and being in crowded places. The public can help by being vigilant and reporting anyone or anything that seems out of place or suspicious. Please report issues...

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Transforming our town

Don’t miss this huge exhibition with over 50 metres of historic images, tributes to the Accrington Pals, Accrington Stanley, David Lloyd, Howard and Bullough and Lancashire’s rich textile industry. Become immersed in the journey celebrating...

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Business Plans

Business planning is a tool to help the council achieve its vision of making Hyndburn ‘The Place to be’ by ensuring the priorities identified in the Corporate Strategy are translated in to action at the service level. Good business...

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Combined Authority

The Council agreed to take part in the public consultation which took views on the formation of a Combined Authority for Lancashire. This report is available below: Lancashire Combined Authority Consultation Report Following feedback from the...

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Key Statistics and Data

  Hyndburn’s Population – 80,734 (Source: Census 2011) Number of Households – 34,300 (Census 2011) 33,900 people are Economically Active (ONS Annual Population Survey 2014) 19% of Hyndburn’s population is below the...

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Accessible Britain Challenge

  The Accessible Britain Challenge is challenging communities to do more to be inclusive and accessible by engaging and working with disabled people to remove barriers that get in the way of them being full and active participants in their...

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Community Trigger

Victims of anti-social behaviour (ASB) will be able to use the Community Trigger to request a review of their case. Agencies, including Councils, Police, local health teams and registered providers of social housing will have a duty to undertake...

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