Fylde Council has released a draft of its Corporate Plan for 2024-2028 and is seeking public feedback. The plan outlines the council's vision and strategic commitments for the borough over the next four years. Fylde Council's vision is "For Fylde to be a place where people choose to live, work and raise a family, retire and…

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Fylde Council is undertaking a comprehensive plan to extend the operational life of the St Annes Pool facility through significant capital investments.   Built in 1986, the pool has exceeded its original 25-year life expectancy and requires upgrades to address issues like condensation, ventilation, roof damage, and aging equipment.  "The St Annes Pool…

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Fylde Council is seeking input from residents to better understand community needs and requirements for PlayZones in the area. The PlayZone Programme is a new investment initiative aimed at addressing inequalities in physical activity and access to facilities by funding community-led spaces.  The programme, primarily funded by the Football Foundation, will focus on…

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From 14 May 2024, work will take place to reline several car parks in Lytham and St Annes. During this time, parking will be restricted to specific areas in the car parks, more details of which can be found below: 14 - 15 May: St Annes Swimming Pool Car Park - Complete relining of upper and lower…

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Fylde Council has begun the process to facilitate the transfer of the Land Charges Register to HM Land Registry. At a recent meeting of the Executive Committee, Officers presented a report to Councillors detailing the statutory requirement to transfer the responsibility of the Land Charges Register to HM Land Registry. Historically, The Local Land Charges Registers and…

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The Royal Lytham and St Annes Golf Club has been granted planning permission for remodelling works to allow the hosting of future championship tournaments. The grant of permission paves the way for the R&A Open Championship gold competition to return to the course, which will also be welcoming the AIG Women’s Open in 2026. Cllr…

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The outgoing Mayor of Fylde, Cllr Cheryl Little, proudly presented her chosen charities with fundraising cheques on Thursday 2 May 2024, in one of her final acts as Mayor before the new Mayoral Team. Mayor Little’s first chosen charity is Lytham Hall. Representatives Elizabeth Mulligan, Jane Oliver and Pam Gregory were…

Read more Mayor of Fylde Cheryl Little Presents Her Chosen Charities With Fundraising Cheques

Fylde Council’s Executive Committee have approved the funding of a full-time Moving On Tenancy Support Officer, to help asylum seekers with settled status move from temporary homeless accommodation to permanent homes.  A funding allocation of £67,000 for this crucial three-year post is to be drawn from Asylum Seeker Dispersal Grants (ASDG) received from…

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The Household Support Fund has been funded for another year to the sum of £261,853 in the fifth round of government funding distributed to Fylde Council through Lancashire County Council.  The fully funded revenue budget increase was approved by Fylde Council’s Executive Committee on April 25. With the renewal of funding, Fylde Council…

Read more Further Household Support Funding Approved For 2024