Premise Licences

The following is intended as a guide to making an application for a premises licence. Hyndburn Borough Council cannot take responsibility or liability for any errors or omissions. You may wish to seek your own independent legal advice before...

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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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Hazardous Substances Consent

Sites which want to hold certain quantities of hazardous substances must obtain consent from the Hazardous Substances Authority (HSA), which in Hyndburn is Hyndburn Borough Council. HBC will consult with the Health and Safety Executive for their...

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Sustainable Community Strategy

The Sustainable Community Strategy has been developed to address the issues that matter to local residents and to make Hyndburn “the place to be” over the next ten years. The strategy focuses on making Hyndburn a place where: A place...

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Second Hand Goods

All persons dealing in second hand goods must register with the Borough Council in accordance with Section 26 of the County of Lancashire Act 1984, unless they come within one of the following categories: any person engaged in a business carried...

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