We’re asking residents and businesses for their opinions on our public open spaces.
By completing this short survey, you can provide up-to-date information that the Council will use to inform the new Local Plan and future investments.
Public open spaces support sport and recreation, socialising, tourism and wildlife, contributing to community health, the environment and the economy.
Hyndburn’s open spaces include Heys allotments, small local play areas and larger parks such as Oak Hill, Mercer, Rhyddings and Haworth.
But to ensure we continue to meet the needs of local communities and people who work in or visit the borough, we need your views!