Archived Consultations

Pendle Council is looking at the places where you can go to vote in elections. A review of all polling districts and polling places will take place over the next few months. Polling stations are places like schools, church halls, village halls and community centres.   

Burnley Borough Council is currently working to create a safe, clean and pleasant environment for all users of Burnley bus station. We recently invited residents to complete a short survey telling us what they thought about the station. The survey closed on Monday 1st Aug 2011 and the findings and proposed actions can now be seen.

Ribble Valley Borough Council recently undertook a public consultation on a range of planning policy documents. Comments were invited on five documents, which will form part of the Local Development Framework (LDF), a suite of documents that, once adopted, all planning applications in Ribble Valley will be determined against. An update has now been provided by the Forward Planning Team.

Local residents are being invited to join us for an important event at Burnley College, Princess Way on Thursday 7th July 2011 at 6.30 p.m. Burnley Council has organised ‘Burnley: Your Questions, Please’ to give residents an opportunity to raise points with an invited panel, and to take part in debate on key issues facing the borough. The event is roughly based on the ‘Question Time’ television programme, and radio’s ‘Any Questions?’

Burnley Council has published a draft allotments review and is seeking your views.

Burnley Council, in association with Burnley Education Trust and the Burnley Express, is putting together an 8 page pull out on secondary education in Burnley ahead of this year’s GCSE exam results.If you are the parent of a child currently at a high school in Burnley, we want to hear from you!

In the latest consultation being run by the Lancashire Police Authority, they are keen to understand how well they represent the local community and how important this is to you. To take part or to find out more, simply click on the link below.

Improving the Right to Speak (Burnley)2011 04 20Burnley Council recently contacted a sample of residents who have exercised their "Right to Speak" at council meetings. This is an important democratic right, and the Council wants to make sure that the experience

Residents and local businesses are being invited to give their thoughts on two draft strategies that have been prepared setting out Burnley Council’s vision for the future of public spaces in the Weavers’ Triangle and Burnley town centre. 

The local NHS sought the views of service users, carers, groups, networks and interested members of the public to help shape the future of mental health and dementia services in Lancashire.  The results are now available to view.

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