Consultation Hub - Its about having your say

South Ribble Borough Council wants to make it as easy as possible for those who wish to express their opinions on any of our proposals or ideas.

We want to listen to what you have to say so that we can shape and develop projects and policies and make informed decisions.

Recently updated consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc.

Closed Consultations

  • South Ribble Housing Strategy and South Ribble Prevention of Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Strategy

    South Ribble Borough Council launched its new Corporate Plan in September 2019 setting out the actions that the Council will take over the next four years. The Council recognises the importance that good quality housing has for our residents, local communities and neighbourhoods to thrive... More

    Closed 22 May 2020

  • Leyland Town Centre Masterplan

    PLEASE NOTE - THE ADVERTISED DROP IN EVENT WILL NOT BE TAKING PLACE In 2019 South Ribble Borough Council appointed WYG to develop a Town Centre Improvement Strategy for Leyland Town Centre to help guide future policy, action and investment for Leyland to best meet its full potential. ... More

    Closed 17 April 2020

  • Licensing Act 2003 Statement of Policy

    On the 14 th January 2020 the Licensing and Public Safety Committee received a report and draft revised Statement of Licensing Policy. As part of our statutory duties under the Licensing Act 2003 we must review the policy every 5 years and consult stakeholders and other bodies such as licence... More

    Closed 27 February 2020

  • Budget 2020/21

    Budget 2020/21 Seeking your views In September 2019, the council launched its new Corporate Plan. This is the plan of action the council will take over the next four years to serve our residents and to invest in our communities. The Cabinet have set out the budget... More

    Closed 26 February 2020

  • Licensing Consultation

    On the 12th November 2019 the Licensing and Public Saftey Committee recieved several reports relating to policy changes. A copy of the report and items discussed at this meeting can be found below and also at the start of each survey. As part of this process we would want to engage with... More

    Closed 24 February 2020

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes.

We Asked

A consultation exercise which engaged approximately 900 residents across South Ribble was undertaken to understand what local residents and stakeholders thought about the council’s ‘Green Links’ proposals.


The Green Links programme is a unique and innovative new approach designed to help improve the overall health and wellbeing of residents in South Ribble.

You Said

Green Spaces should be:

  • Protected and enhanced (supporting wildlife and natural habitats);
  • Accessible (this includes for cyclists, walkers, horses and those living with disabilities);
  • Safe (well-lit spaces);
  • Spaces for communities to come together and or spend time relaxing.

A Health, Wellbeing and Leisure Campus should:

  • Provide a diverse offer – not just a gym or pool;
  • Be local;
  • Provide access to information, advice and support.

Parks should:

  • Have a huge role to play in being spaces for encouraging wildlife and natural habitats;
  • Spaces where families and people come to relax and play;
  • Be accessible to all users, with better paths.

Bent Lane and Balcarres Green:

  • You said that you didn’t want these areas to be built upon

We Did

Following the results of the consultation, a series of projects have been proposed which will:

  • Create new Green Links in the borough in the shape of new cycle or pedestrian routes which will connect existing parks and open spaces together;
  • Commission three new play areas and provide improvements to existing parks and;
  • Introduce a series leisure projects which will see new playing fields created across the borough;
  • Bent Lane and Balcarres Green will not be built upon and improvements to the areas will be made in consultation with residents.

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