Following the recent successful completion of the sea defence works along the coastline between Church Scar and Fairhaven Lake, Fylde Council have obtained funding from the Environment Agency to develop […]...
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL (VARIOUS ROADS, LYTHAM ST ANNES, FYLDE BOROUGH) (REVOCATIONS, AMENDMENT TO PAY AND DISPLAY PARKING PROVISIONS, CAR ONLY PARKING, BUS ONLY PARKING, PROHIBITION […]...
A working group for Community and Neighbourhood Activities. Organizers of events and activities for the residents, businesses, and visitors to St. Anne’s to bring our community together and encourage everyone to shop local.
Together with the St. Anne’s Town Council officers, we are a working group for Community and Neighbourhood Activities. Our aim is to organise events and activities for the residents, businesses, and visitors to St Annes to bring our community together and encourage everyone to shop local.We have some exciting things in the pipeline for the coming year and beyond, please watch this space! Councillors Karen Harrison, Cheryl Little and Joanne Gardner
On 24 May 2017 Fylde Borough Council decided to make the Saint Anne’s on The Sea Neighbourhood Development Plan, under 38A(4)(a) of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. The Saint Anne’s on the Sea Neighbourhood Development Plan now forms part of the Development Plan for Fylde Borough Council and will be used in the determination of planning applications within the St. Anne’s on Sea parish.
All details relating to the Neighbourhood Development Plan can be found on the Borough Council’s website at the following address:
The St. Anne’s Enterprise Partnership (STEP) was formed in 2015 and launched in 2017 by traders and businesses in the town with the aim to improve all aspects of St. Anne’s.
As a partnership our aim is to set the highest standards possible for this town. Everything we do is directed at improving the town. The partnership is a coordinating body that will pool all resources, to empower members, with the right partners, to make things happen.
We plan to pursue a regular program of activities and events in the town.
We plan to influence and advise the retail and business sector encouraging high standards of service and presentation.
We plan to achieve the highest quality and professionalism across the hotel and accommodations sectors.
We plan to promote our town which is a jewel on the Fylde Coast.
We plan to ensure that the town has an exemplary respect for its architecture and natural heritage.
We plan to ensure that the partnership stands for Community spirit and pride in our town.
Town Mayor Vince Settle (pictured second right) attended the unveiling of a new blue plaque at the Public Offices, Clifton Drive South on Friday 22nd January.
The plaque was funded by St Anne’s Town Council