We are keen to ensure that our services are tailored specifically to the needs of our customers - and to do that, we need to know exactly what you want.

We carry out consultations with customers throughout the year - most notably when we're planning the budget and want to know your views on where we should be allocating resources.

Our teams often carry out consultations to help improve the way services are delivered. You can view the consultations online.

  • Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO)

    Chorley Council has launched a consultation on the introduction of Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO), which is the new power that will replace Dog Control Orders (DCO) under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.
    The Council believes these proposed changes will benefit local communities, neighbourhoods and the local economy as this will help maintain clean and safe healthy neighbourhoods, town centre and place to visit. The new legislation means our existing Dog Control Orders need to be reviewed and agreed. We want to make sure these restrictions reflect as much as possible what the public want and that we strike the right balance between dog owners and the wider public.
    Chorley Council are carrying out a six week consultation from Wednesday 10 May 2017 – Wednesday 21 June 2017. If you have any comments or suggestions regarding the proposed changes please complete the Public Space Protection Orders (PSPO) consultation survey by the 21st June 2107.
    Paper copies of the survey will also be available on request by contacting Rachel Austen and Irene Elwell 01257 515151.