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Consultations and other engagement

Blackpool Council consults with its residents and service users through regular surveys and consultations.

Surveys play an important role in helping the council to understand what people think about local services - what's working and what isn't.

Surveys also provide valuable data about how local services are seen to change over time, including people's preferences and expectations.

Engagement

There are currently no surveys or engagement activities in progress.

Current consultations 

Blackpool Public Space Protection Order - Town Centre, Promenade and Beach

Blackpool Council is launching a public consultation regarding the existing Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in force across the town centre, promenade and beach. 

Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) are in operation to tackle anti-social behaviour locally and ensure public spaces can be enjoyed free from anti-social behaviour.

We want to know how much of a problem different issues are to you and whether the order currently being enforced in town centre, promenade and beach due to expire in November 2021 should be renewed.

If you would like to share your thoughts on the current PSPO, along with some new proposals, you can view the suggested changes and have your say in our online consultation that will run until 10 September 2021.

 

To view the PSPO areas, please click on the images below.

North area

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Central area

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South area

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The area covered by this order is on the Promenade from Squires Gate Lane in the south, along the shoreline to Red Bank Road in the north and the area bordered by St Annes Road, Central Drive, Albert Road, Cookson Street, around the train station (Talbot Square, Springfield Road to Blackpool North Train Station, Buchanan Street, George Street, King Street, Adelaide Street, Albert Road), Dickson Road and Holmfield Road in the west.

St Walburgas Road cycling scheme consultation

Blackpool Council is launching a public consultation for a new cycle scheme on the A587 St Walburgas Road.  

Funding from central government’s Active Travel Fund will allow us to implement the proposed new cycle lanes – which will run from Plymouth Road roundabout and Four Lanes End roundabout.  

If you would like to share your thoughts on the new proposals, you can view the suggested changes and have your say in our online consultation that will run until 27 August 2021.   

 

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