Victims of Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) will be able to use the community trigger to request a review of their case. Agencies, including councils, police, local health teams and registered providers of social housing will have a duty to undertake a review of how they have dealt with a case when the complainant is…

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Your organisation

Fylde Borough Council (Central function employees)1 April 2022 to 31 March 2023

Employees in your organisation

50 to 1,500 employees

Trade union representatives and full-time equivalents

Trade union representatives: 1FTE trade union representatives: 0.86

Percentage of working hours spent on facility time

0% of working hours: 0 representatives1 to 50% of working hours: 1…

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Effective from 20 May 2015 Approved by Council on 30 March 2015 1. Principles 1.1 These principles underpin the Code of Conduct. Although they do not form part of the Code, it is expected that you will act with: • Selflessness • Honesty and integrity • Objectivity • Accountability • Openness • Respect for others • Commitment to uphold the law • Leadership 2. Application 2.1 This…

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The larger planning applications, and those which are locally contentious, are often determined by the Planning Committee. This meets roughly once every 4 weeks and has 12 members from across the borough. Its meetings begin at 10am on a Wednesday and are held in the Council Chamber at the Town Hall. The meeting dates and…

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Further to a recent consultation on the renewal Public Spaces Protection Orders for BBQs and open fires, a number of sealed orders will come into force with effect from 1st July 2022 for a period of 3 years. The orders will prohibit BBQs and outdoor cooking on a number of the Borough’s open spaces; a full…

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