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This is the place to keep up to speed with all the latest news and views from Burnley Town Hall.

You can also click through on point me to find out about all the local arts, sports, and heritage activities taking place in Burnley’s neighbourhoods, parks and community venues. 

If you are thinking about organising an event in the borough, documents, forms and advice on event safety can be found here

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The Council puts out the main stories about the things that matter to you. Keep up to speed with all the latest news and views here.

Dropping gum can be an expensive habit

Burnley Council is sending out a simple message to people who use chewing gum - get into the habit of throwing it away in a proper bin: it could save you £75!

The council is currently running a poster information campaign in Burnley town centre – “Don’t Drop Chewing Gum”.

Burnley Council to consider Proposed Submission Local Plan

The latest version of the new Local Plan for Burnley is being finalised.

The Proposed Submission Document takes account of points put forward by residents and a range of organisations during the consultation on the Preferred Options last July and August.

Garden waste information being delivered across borough

Information leaflets about changes to Burnley Council’s garden waste collection scheme are being delivered across the borough.

The council is introducing a charge for “green” collections in light of funding and subsidy cuts and ever-decreasing budgets.

Council sets out financial challenges ahead

Councillors in Burnley are considering ways to meet the severe financial challenges that lie ahead as they prepare to agree this year’s budget.

Updated Strategic Plan’s vision for the future

A bold and ambitious vision for Burnley’s future is set out in the updated annual Strategic Plan which will be considered by councilors this month.

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