The Council's Strategic Housing Land Availablilty Assessment (SHLAA) is a study which examines the amount and location of land which is potentially suitable for housing development over the next fifteen years. The study is part of the evidence base which will underpin the preparation of the Council's Local Plan. There are four main objectives of the…

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Neighbourhood Planning was introduced with the Localism Act in 2011 and gives local communities and business new powers to write planning policies through Neighbourhood Development Plans. A Neighbourhood Development Plan reflects their priorities, deliver tangible local benefits and has real weight in planning decisions and can ensure the right type of development for the community…

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A listed building is one that is of ‘special architectural or historic interest’ and has been included on a List kept by the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. The principles of selection for these lists were originally drawn up by an expert committee of architects, antiquaries and historians, and are still followed. Buildings…

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The plan is 'made'

On 24 May 2017 Fylde Borough Council agreed to make the Bryning with Warton Neighbourhood Plan under 38A(4)(a) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. The Saint Anne’s on The Sea Neighbourhood Plan now forms part of the Development Plan for Fylde Borough Council.
A vehicle will not be classified/investigated as abandoned if it is simply: • Not displaying a tax disk (no longer a legal requirement) • Untaxed (this can be reported to the DVLA for enforcement) • Parked on a public highway when it has a SORN - Statutory Off Road Notification (this can be reported to the DVLA for…

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