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Ways to Pay

  • The fastest and easiest way you can pay is securely online right now using our online payment system. You will need to quote your Council Tax / Business Rates account number or Sundry Invoice number.
  • Via Home Banking to Sort Code: 40-40-02 Account: 41105000. You will need to quote the Council Tax/Business Rates number.
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The Environmental Protection Act 1990 requires that all businesses must hold a valid commercial waste contract and Waste Transfer Note(s) demonstrating the safe storage, collection and disposal of all waste produced through daily business activities, via a licensed waste contractor. Fylde Council cannot collect waste from your business unless you have entered into a commercial…

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The Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982 empowers Local Authorities to deal with privately owned derelict buildings which have become insecure and open to public access. The Development Services Directorate has responsibility for ensuring that reported derelict and insecure buildings are dealt with so that no threat is posed to people in the vicinity. Once a report…

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An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) provides a rating for the energy efficiency of a building. The ratings are set against standard criteria to enable one building to be compared with another of a similar type. EPCs are similar to the certificates now provided with domestic appliances such as refrigerators and washing machines. They give information…

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Local Authority Building Control (LABC) represents all local authority building control teams in England and Wales. Their network of 3,000 professional surveyors provide fast, impartial advice and services on a 'not-for-profit' basis to home and property owners, architects, plan drawers, developers, building contractors and other professionals to ensure buildings are safe, healthy and efficient to meet…

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Under Section 80 of the Building Act 1984 anyone intending to carry out demolition work is required to notify the Council. This generally applies to the demolition of any building or part of a building greater than 1750 cubic feet. (50 cubic metres). The fee for processing a Demolition Notice is £150  (No VAT)   payment can…

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Conservation area status gives the Local Authority additional powers to ensure that development is in keeping with existing styles and the character of the area and to prepare schemes of enhancement for such areas. Whilst Conservation Areas may contain Listed Buildings, the Council will be concerned to protect, as far as it can, the total environment…

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