Families now have the option to share a live-stream video link so that friends and relatives can attend a service from the safety of their own homes during the coronavirus outbreak. Please note this is a free service to try to assist those who cannot attend funeral services, and unfortunately, Fylde Council cannot guarantee the service…

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Air Quality Management

Air pollution can have a significant effect on health and the environment. For this reason local authorities have a legal responsibility to assess and work towards improving air quality in their areas and to meet health based objectives set by the government. Council's are required to review air quality to assess whether defined air…

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Help with council tax payments as a result of coronavirus (COVID-19)

We know this is a difficult time for many of our residents and that the COVID-19 virus is having a significant impact on the economy. The annual bills for council tax were prepared and printed before any Government announcements. We will implement the financial measures announced…

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Flooding can happen anywhere, are you prepared?

Flooding has become more prevalent in recent years and one in six houses in England is at risk of flooding in the future. Being prepared could help you protect your home and your belongings next time there is severe weather.

Steps to take to prepare for flooding

There are many things…

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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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