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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Consultation

You can have your say on local issues in various ways. Consultations Currently Underway What you said – Results and Reports Find out how to get involved Give us your Feedback and Complaints  

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Freedom of Information Act

Freedom of Information Act 2000 This came into force in 2005 to enable members of the public to access information held by public authorities.  This means that any person (there is no limit on age, nationality or location) can submit a request to...

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Rhyddings Park

Awarded a Green Flag for 2019-2020 Rhyddings Park is in Oswaldtwistle in the area of Park Lane and Fielding Lane. You can access the park from several entrances, at strategic points around the park. Parking Unfortunately there is no car parking...

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Street Collection Licences

It is illegal to hold a street collection to collect money or sell articles for the benefit of charitable or other purposes without obtaining a street collection licence from the Council. A street collection permit is needed to hold a public...

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House to House Collections

A permit is required to undertake a ‘house to house’ collection, under the House to House Collections Act 1939. The application must be submitted at least 28 days before the proposed first date of collection and will be not be granted...

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