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Burnley Council is all about working hard for you - residents of the borough.

The links on this page go straight to information about the main services we provide – just click the images for the service or issue.

There are icons you can click at the top of every page for the things you want to book, to report, to apply for and to pay for.

It’s all part of our drive to make it easy for you to let us know what we need to act on, and to sort things out.

You can also link to the other main sections in the website. As well as residents' pages on our main services, there are sections about doing business in Burnley; visitors’ information, including lots that you will want to find out about; the latest news and views on the borough, and facts and information about the Council’s work and decisions.

Click here if you are looking for Environmental Health or Licensing services

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Town Hall Talk

24th February

On Thursday 7th May, around 3.3 million young people will have their first opportunity to vote in a British general election.

Voters across the country will elect their MP and local councillors to represent their views, interests and concerns.

It’s a big day for a lot of people - voters aged 18 to 80 and over, politicians, civil servants and others.

With polling day fast approaching, young people should make sure they are registered to vote so they do not to miss out on having their say. The deadline for registering is 20th April.

The way people are registered to vote changed recently

Previously students used to be able to rely on their college or student union - or mum or dad - to do it, but now they need to register themselves.

Having said that it's easy to do - taking only a few minutes online. It can be done by visiting

The turnout at the last general election was around 65%. That means one in three eligible voters didn’t have their say.

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