Below are all consultations that are currently live or awaiting an update. As well as all the relevant information about the consultation itself, each project has its own ‘tracking bar’, showing you how far through the consultation process the project is, and giving information for each stage of the process from ‘have your say’ right through to ‘view outcome’. This means that you can be absolutely confident that your opinions are being heard, and that decisions are being influenced by your views. To take part, simply click on the title of the consultation you’re interested in.

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Current Consultations

Users of Nelson Interchange may have noticed that since late last year the electronic display boards that gave information about bus and train times have no longer been working.  This is because, as part of its budget savings, Lancashire County Council decided not to renew the contract to maintain the system.   Pendle Council’s Nelson Committee is currently considering the possibility of helping to maintain the systems with the co-operation of Lancashire County Council and possibly other interested parties.  

Welcome to the January 2012 Burnley and Padiham Citizens’ Panel Survey. The results will be used to help inform the Council’s position on councillor standards, taxi licensing, the market hall and sport and leisure facilities.

Burnley Council is currently reviewing the way in which it provides services and information via the internet. A few weeks ago, we invited you to give us your thoughts on the site and areas where we could improve. The consultation has now closed and the findings are ready for you to view...

The survey asking for your views on Council-funded arts, entertainment and catering venues in the area has now closed. There have been 215 responses in total and headline findings are now available.

Pendle Council is holding a public consultation on a new planning document that will have a major influence on physical change in Pendle’s towns, villages and countryside over the next 15 years. We want to be sure that our new policies will encourage development that helps to support the key priorities for the area, and directs growth to where it is most needed.

Pendle Council recently asked residents for their ideas on how the Council can save money in 2012/13. These ideas have noe been looked at in turn and a response/ comment has been provided alongside each of them. Just click the link below to read the Council response.

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