To deliver excellent services and achieve the outcomes that our communities want and need, we have to continually review, challenge and improve what we do. To understand what changes to make and where improvements are needed, we have to be good at managing our performance. We monitor our performance to make sure the council continues to deliver value for money to local taxpayers. We also check to make sure our services are on target and that we fulfil our promises to you.
At any time, find out how we are performing with service delivery statistics and full details of our Corporate Plan 2016-2020 using the below link.
The area of Fylde consists of the major conurbations of Lytham, St Anne’s-on-Sea, Kirkham and Freckleton along with the rural countryside with small picturesque villages. St Anne’s-on-Sea is a traditional seaside resort with a Victorian pier, quality accommodation and fine floral displays, a gentler and more peaceful location than Blackpool. The main towns within the borough are the towns of Lytham, St Anne’s and Kirkham. The borough also contains the smaller urban areas of Freckleton, Bryning with Warton and Singleton and many smaller parishes. Lytham is a high quality destination with an attractive Victorian shopping centre and an expansive seafront where the Windmill is situated. The rural area of Fylde provides a contrasting tourism experience offering countryside pursuits such as walking, cycling, horse riding and boating. A rich heritage within the towns and villages has helped to make the Fylde countryside a destination in its own right.
For further details, please download the Fylde District Area Profile below.
We understand its important that our customers have their chance to rate the services they pay for and provide feedback to help improve. The results will be monitored to review how as a Council we are performing and the results of the questionnaire may prompt further investigation with our customers and staff. You can have your say and help make a difference to the services you pay for by completing the short questionnaire below. The survey takes no more than two minutes to complete.