Local Government Transparency Code

In February 2015 the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government issued the Local Government Transparency Code 2015. The code sets out the minimum data and information that all Local Authorities must publish, the frequency it should...

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Doing Business with the Council

A significant proportion of the Council’s annual budget is spent on buying in works, goods and services, ranging from stationary supplies to major construction work. The next pages are intended to assist suppliers to approach the Council...

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Annual Report 2010-11

Delivering on Our Priorities  Community Safety  Corporate Governance Crime continues to fall – we have seen a 35% drop in crime over the last 7 years Community Payback contract with the Probation Trust has resulted in 7,600 free hours of...

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Hyndburn’s Priorities

This page shows you what Hyndburn’s priorities for improvement are over the next few years that will be delivered by the Council and its Partners and that will help us to deliver our vision of making Hyndburn The Place To Be. The...

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Corporate Strategy 2018 to 2023

A Strategy for Growth, Efficiency and Quality Driving growth and prosperity in Hyndburn The Corporate Strategy outlines the Council’s vision for creating a Borough where all our residents have the best opportunity to prosper. The strategy is...

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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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The Accrington Pals

The Accrington Pals are interweaved into the very fabric of Hyndburn’s local history, famously forming as they did a Pals battalion to fight in the First World War, with many men from this area answering Kitchener’s call and joining...

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What You Said

Community Safety, Sustainability and Climate Change – Feedback Panel Survey Report (May 2007) Dog Control, Sport, By-laws and Children’s Play – Feedback Panel Survey (November 2006) Food Shopping, Markets, and Environmental...

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Get Involved

The Council consults direct with the public on a variety of topics and in a range of different ways. One way of having your say regularly on a whole range of different issues is by joining Feedback, Hyndburn’s Citizen’s Panel. To take...

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