Information on how to register a food business and how to make a complaint about a food business.
Noise, nuisance and environmental complaints
Information on how to make a noise and nuisance complaints
We know pests can be a nuisance, damage your home and can affect your health. Whether you have got pests in your home or at your business, we can help.
Fly-tipping is the illegal dumping of rubbish or bulky items on land not licensed for this purpose. If you notice any fly tipping please report it to us.
Health and safety
We are committed to working together with local businesses to achieve high standards and prevent problems. We are always willing to give advice on legislation, or practical problems. If you are considering setting up a business or would like advice on health and safety at work, please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Smoke control areas
To protect air quality and the health of residents, some areas of Chorley have been designated smoke control areas
Dogs and problem dogs
Information on how to report dog fouling, stray dogs , and information on dog breeding on problem dogs.
If you wish to apply for an alley gate you need to contact your local councillor. Keys cost £15 and will only be issued to those entitled to them, the keys are high security and cannot be copied
It is against the law to abandon a vehicle and it can lead to a fine of up to £2,500 or 3 months imprisonment, or both. If you see an abandoned vehicle please report it to us.
Beauty treatment registration
View information on beauty treatment registrations, how to apply and the cost to register.
Graffiti and fly posting
We will remove graffiti from any public building or item of street furniture with the highest priority given to racist or offensive graffiti. Cases of fly-posting will be investigated, although posters for a local charitable organisation or local amateur dramatics group are not considered to be fly-posting. Advertising for events such as a circus or fairs may be permitted prior to the event.
Gypsy Roma and traveller encampments
You can report Gypsy Roma and traveller encampments to us. We will require a location or address of an encampment which you suspect may be on land without the permission of the council or landowner. This should be reported to the Police on 101 and the location will be logged.
Hedge and shrub maintenance
If you notice any overgrown hedges or shrubs, then please report it to us. Each report will be looked at and dealt with on case by case basis.
Obstruction in the road or pavement
Lancashire County Council (LCC) are responsible for all adopted roads and pavements. Any obstructions on either the road or pavement should be reported directly to LCC.
All trees are potentially hazardous; however, the inspection programme can reasonably only address the conditions most likely to lead to injury or damage to people or property. We will categorise all of our trees in to 1 of 3 zones depending on the risk. The zoning of the tree will dictate the inspection frequency
Land drainage is complex and is primarily a private matter between adjoining landowners. We are the nominated land drainage authority and have some enforcement powers to make landowners carry out works to prevent serious internal flooding of domestic dwellings.
Air Quality is a priority for us as it is an important factor in preserving and improving health and wellbeing and reducing harm to health.
Information of the allotments available in the Chorley Borough and how to apply for and allotment.
In November 2019 we declared a climate emergency pledging to work to make the Borough carbon neutral by 2030 which we continue to work towards.