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The Supreme Court has given the company Fylde Coast Farms Ltd (formerly Oyston Estates Ltd) housing plan a firm ‘No’ to be included in the local neighbourhood plan, it first being rejected by Fylde Borough Council in 2017. St Anne's on the Sea Town Council also rejected it as part of its St Anne's on…

Read more Supreme Court judgment between Fylde Coast Farms Ltd (formerly Oyston Estates Ltd) and Fylde Borough Council

The future of the Institute needed to be reviewed after Lancashire County Council relinquished the User Rights, following the decision to re-open the library service and to relocate it in Lytham Assembly Rooms.  At a special meeting of the Full Council on Monday 9th March 2020, the Council, in its capacity as the sole corporate…

Read more Consultation for the charitable objects of Lytham Institute Trust is re-launched

The Leader of Fylde Borough Council is asking people to ensure they are vaccinated and that they keep testing as the UK moves towards the final step in the roadmap to ending lockdown. With an influx of visitors expected to the Fylde during the half term holidays and into the summer, Cllr Karen Buckley said it…

Read more Council leader urges residents to get vaccinated and keep testing

Fylde Council is allocating £26,500 to community groups across Fylde to invest in planting, parks and green spaces. The vital resources are being allocated to local Britain in Bloom groups - the long-term custodians of incredible efforts which see the borough’s towns and villages blossom each year. The money comes from the Government’s ‘Welcome Back Fund which…

Read more A Great Big Blooming Welcome Back

Kirkham has a “once in a generation” opportunity to be transformed as part of an ambitious £10m regeneration masterplan. That is the resounding message from MPs, council leaders and local businesses after it was officially confirmed the historic Fylde market town is to receive a £6.3m grant from the Government’s Future High Street Fund (FHSF). The funding…

Read more ‘Once In A Generation’ Opportunity To Regenerate Kirkham’s Historic High Street

Kirkham has been awarded an £80,000 grant from Historic England to create and deliver community-led cultural activities on the high street over the next three years. The historic Fylde coast market town is one of more than 60 across England to receive a share of £6m to deliver a Cultural Programme as part of the town’s…

Read more Kirkham high street awarded £80,000 for cultural programme

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