Guidance to assist in submitting planning applications which have landscape impacts.
The Lancashire climate change strategy sets out the long-term vision that Lancashire is low carbon and well adapted by 2020.
Information and guidance regarding new woodland planting and woodland management.
How we will manage local flood risk from sources in our area.
Our legal requirements to investigate flood incidents and the criteria we will apply in deciding whether or not an investigation is appropriate.
How we will undertake our responsibilities for ordinary watercourse consenting and enforcement.
Enviromental projects at Chisnall Hall, Chorley and Midgeland Farm, Blackpool.
The Lancashire Rights of Way Improvement Plan (RoWIP) sets out how Lancashire County Council, Blackpool Council and Blackburn with Darwen Council intends to manage and improve the public rights of way network in order give better provision for walkers, cyclists, equestrians and people with mobility problems.
This statement sets out the criteria that participating Lancashire authorities will use in making declarations under Energy Company Obligation (ECO) Flexible Eligibility. (PDF 619 KB)
Ash are one of the most prominent trees in our gardens, fields and hedges, and urgent action is needed by the owners of infected trees to ensure they don't become a danger to people or property.