Street Trading

Hyndburn Borough Council operates a street trading consent scheme under the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982, for all street trading activities such as hot food vehicles, ice cream vans and flower stalls. This page outlines...

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Food Safety

For Business Food safety information, how to register a business, food hygiene ratings and guidance documents For the Public This information provides guidance for members of the public on food safety Street Trading This page outlines the scheme...

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The Mayor’s Office

The Mayor’s Office

Welcome to Hyndburn’s new Mayor, Cllr June Harrison, whose Mayor Making Ceremony took place last Saturday, 25 May, at Accrington Town Hall. Cllr Harrison, a Barnfield ward Councillor for the past eight years, moved to Accrington from Burnley...

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Planning Policy in Hyndburn

Planning policies shape how places will be developed in the future. They provide the policy framework for the long-term development of the Borough and are the basis upon which planning decisions are based. View the Hyndburn Local Plan 1996 and...

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Taxi Licensing Policy

Hyndburn Borough Council have a responsibility to ensure that drivers, proprietors and operators of hackney carriage and private hire vehicles are fit and proper persons to hold such licenses. Accordingly, taxis, their drivers and operators are...

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Borough Council Elections 2019

Hyndburn Borough Council is split into 16 wards. Elections will be held on the 2 May 2019 in 12 of those wards.  The hours of the Poll will be 7am to 10pm. Elections will be held in: Altham Barnfield Baxenden Central Church Clayton le Moors...

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Council Tax

Council Tax is a national system of paying a tax towards local services.  It was introduced in 1993 and is collected in Hyndburn by us as a billing authority. We collect Council Tax on behalf of Lancashire County Council, Lancashire Fire and...

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