Building Control in Hyndburn

Building Control in Hyndburn Building Control regulates the way buildings are constructed to ensure that they are safe and fit for use.  Building Regulations achieves other objectives such as energy efficiency, pollution control and access for...

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Building Control Pre-App Service

If you require a site visit before a formal building control application is submitted, you can submit a Pre-App form along with the relevant fee: £60 for domestic projects £120 for commercial projects The fee is non-refundable but is deductible...

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Dangerous Structures

All buildings which appear to be a danger to the public should be reported to the Building Control Section at the Council who will treat the matter with the utmost urgency. During office hours please contact: Telephone:  01254 380194 / 01254...

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Family Fun in Hyndburn’s Parks

A new parks fun pack is available to help you enjoy your visit to your local park. Some of the topics covered in the new fun pack can be found below or jump right in to what might interest you using the links below. Learn how to identify: Birds...

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Energy Advice

Energy firms are putting in place new measures to help prepayment customers unable to top up during the pandemic, including posting cards loaded with emergency credit to those who are self-isolating. Regulator Ofgem has written to all suppliers...

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FAQs

Advice for Coronavirus (COVID-19): Guidance for businesses and organisations on how to recognise, contain and report incidents of coronavirus (Early Outbreak Management Action Cards) Do you own a food business and are you thinking about...

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Advice if you’re anxious

Social isolation, reduction in physical activity, unpredictability and changes in routine can all contribute to increasing stress. Many people including those without existing mental health needs may feel anxious about this impact including...

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Travel advice

There are some countries and areas where there’s a higher chance of coming into contact with someone with coronavirus. If you’re planning to travel abroad and are concerned about coronavirus, see advice for travellers on GOV.UK.

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Benefits and Money

Zero hours contract / Self Employed If you’re on a zero hours contract, you can get statutory sick pay if you’re earning over £118/week. I am on a zero hours contract and have been laid off, what do I do?    You may be eligible for...

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