Your trees

As with all trees, eventually your trees will need some maintenance. Before you commission any work on a tree that you own or is on your property please ensure that the tree is not a protected tree through a Tree Preservation Order (TPO), use the...

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Information for developers

An arboricultural implication study is also known as:  Arboricultural Impact Assessment, Arboricultural Implication Assessment, Arboricultural Impact Appraisal, Pre-Development Assessment. An Arboricultural Implication Study (AIS)  is a type of...

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High Hedges

What is a high hedge? In the eyes of the law a high hedge is defined as a barrier to light or access which is formed wholly or predominantly by a line of two or more evergreens and rises to a height of more than two metres above ground level. Is...

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Development Management

View planning applications since 1974 by following to the current (temporary) search procedure. Then enter the application number. For detailed help with your online search view Help with Planning Application Searches. Follow this link for ...

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Do it online

To see more about how we record and store your information please see the Council’s privacy notice. Do it online my.hyndburn Make a benefit claim Report benefit fraud Check your Benefits, Council Tax and Business Rates Online Make a Comment...

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Built Heritage and Conservation

Built Heritage in Hyndburn Conservation of the Borough’s special historic, archaeological, architectural and artistic interest is central to maintaining and enhancing the quality of the local environment. Heritage assets may be formally...

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What is Council Tax Support?

Council Tax Support was introduced in April 2013 as a local replacement of the national Council Tax Benefit scheme. From April 2017, all working age claimants of Council Tax Support will pay a minimum of 30% of their Council Tax liability...

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Information and Statistics on Hyndburn

The first Census estimate using the 2011 data shows Hyndburn population has declined by 1% since the last Census 2001, but up on the 1991 Census findings. Population in Hyndburn stands at 80,734 (Census 2011) down from it’s peak in 2006 at...

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Transport and streets

Welcome to the Transport and Streets Section The Highways Department has now transferred to Lancashire County Council. Contact Centre Telephone: 0845 053 0011Further information about…

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