Fylde Borough Council are teaming up with Lytham St Annes Photographic Society for a second year for the Fairhaven Photography competition. After the success of last year, we are once again inviting people to submit their images of Fairhaven showcasing the parks people, heritage and wildlife! To help you along the way the Lytham St Annes…

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Fylde Councillors met on Wednesday 4th March 2020 to set the 2020/21 budget, unanimously approving an overall Council Tax increase of 1.99% and several budget growth items. The Council Tax increase results in an average of £4.11 per annum for a Band D property equating to an increase of less than 10 pence per week for…

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Fylde Council recognises how valuable trees are to society as they deliver multiple benefits across a range of areas, and yet, they are often overlooked and under-valued. Ironically, at a time when scientific research is bringing the vital importance of trees to the forefront, we often see trees that have reached their late stages of…

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Works to install a new Adventure Play area at Fairhaven Lake and Gardens began earlier this week. The play area complements the wider Fairhaven National Lottery Heritage Fund Redevelopment project, it has been match funded with £30,000 from a successful Lancashire Environmental Fund application that was submitted by the Friends of Fairhaven Lake. Councillor Cheryl Little, Chair…

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Fylde Council has produced an Annual Position Statement (APS) to demonstrate that it has a five-year supply of housing sites. Under government policy, councils that do not have a five-year supply are at risk of losing planning appeals and being forced to accept housing proposals on sites that are not allocated for development and so…

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Subscriptions for the 2020/21 Garden Waste Collection Service delivered by Fylde Council are now open. You can subscribe online by visiting www.fylde.gov.uk/gardenwaste The service has proven to be extremely popular so far, with over 16,000 subscribers each year. Cllr Roger Small, Chairman of the Operational Management Committee for Fylde Council said “We are again pleased to…

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Fylde Council has released a draft of its Corporate Plan for the period 2020-2024 – and wants to know what residents think. The plan has gone out for public consultation and includes the council’s economic, environmental, efficiency and tourism goals, as well as how the council plans to achieve its goals. The Corporate Plan includes the development…

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