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Non-Domestic Rates

Non-Domestic Rates, or business rates, collected by local authorities are the way that those who occupy non-domestic property contribute towards the cost of local services. Under the business rates retention arrangements introduced from 1st April 2013, authorities keep a proportion of the business rates paid locally. The money, together with revenue from council…

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Local Air Pollution Prevention and Control - Part B Processes Permit

Part B processes permits are issued by the council to regulate business activities which may cause air pollution. The permit your business requires depends on the specific processes involved and the type of emissions released. Please note: To find out about permits relating to other types of…

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Freedom of Information Requests

Fylde Council receives a number of requests of a similar nature for information which relates to Business Rate accounts (non-domestic properties). To address these requests we are now publishing specific information on: • New Liabilities for the previous month • Full list of non-domestic properties within Fylde, with rateable value, property description, liability start…

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1.1 The Mobile Homes Act 2013 (MHA 13) was introduced to provide greater protection to occupiers of residential caravans, and park homes. 1.2 Royal Assent was received on 26th March 2013 with some parts introduced on 26th May 2013. The MHA 2013 will introduce some important changes to park home licensing on 1st April…

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All local planning authorities are required to prepare a ‘Statement of Community Involvement’ (SCI). The SCI sets out what consultation will take place with members of the public, statutory consultees and other stakeholders in the formulation of planning policy documents and in the determining of planning…

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