How does it work?

Once you have found an affordable property, you will need to provide your Housing Officer with the following information:
  • Property address
  • Landlord/agent information
  • Weekly rental cost
  • Total bond or Rent in Advance required
Your Housing Officer will complete a Help to Rent form which will be passed to our Affordable Housing Officer. An inspection…

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In March 2022 Housing Enforcement launched a programme to inspect all HMOs within Fylde to improve conditions and maintain standards. HMOs are at a higher risk of fire and overcrowding HMOs house some of the districts most vulnerable tenants. It is estimated there are around 530 HMOs in Fylde with around 800 units in the…

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On the 6th December 2021 the Council adopted the Fylde Local Plan to 2032 (incorporating Partial Review). The Fylde Local Plan to 2032 (incorporating Partial Review) covers the whole of the Borough for the period 2011-2032. It provides the statutory planning framework for the Borough for non-minerals and waste matters. The Fylde Local Plan…

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In May 2022, the Government announced that the Household Support Fund grant had been extended once again to offer additional support to vulnerable households. Lancashire County Council have distributed to Fylde Council a further £270,000 of funding to be used in supporting the elderly, to complement the support for families and individuals provided through…

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