Byelaws

We are often asked whether there are byelaws covering particular activities in the borough. Byelaws are regulations made by a particular public body and which apply only to a specified area, often the area of the public body concerned. Councils can only make byelaws where national legislation gives them a byelaw-making power. The byelaws themselves have to be approved by the government before they can come into effect.

It is quite unusual nowadays for national legislation to give councils powers to make byelaws, so it is fairly uncommon for new byelaws to be made. Even where byelaws exist, they can be automatically superseded if new national legislation covers the same activity.

On this page you will find links to byelaws which cover all or parts of the Fylde Borough Council area. Some of them have been made by the borough council and some by parish councils. If you need any further information on the byelaws, please contact Ian Curtis on ianc@fylde.gov.uk

ByelawDocument
Section 1: Hackney Carriages in FyldePDF
Section 2: Playing of Games - Hove Road Recreational GroundPDF
Section 4: Sale of commodities in pleasure grounds (Lytham Green)PDF
Section 5: Vehicles loaded with wet sand and gravelPDF
Section 6: Lytham St Annes Nature Reserve
Note: Part 2(8) of this byelaw has been revoked
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Section 7: Hairdressers and BarbersPDF
Section 8: Temporary StructuresPDF
Section 9: Pleasure Grounds - Camping on foreshaw car parks - Pleasure grounds - VariousPDF
Section 10: Tattooing, Earpiercing and AcupuncturePDF
Section 11: Pleasure Grounds - Clifton Marine Park, Ashton Marine Park, North and South PromenadePDF
Section 12: Use of Vessels on River WyrePDF
Section 19: Control of dogs on roads - Fylde BoroughPDF
Section 20: Newton-with-Clifton Parish Council - Pleasure Grounds, Public Walks and Open SpacesPDF
Section 21: Newton Hall Park, Village Hall Grounds and William Pickles ParkPDF
Section 22: Elswick Parish Council - Pleasure Grounds, Public Walks and Open Spaces ByelawPDF
Section 23: Freckleton Parish Council-Pleasure Grounds, Public Walks and Open Spaces ByelawPDF
Section 24: Staining Parish Council - Pleasure Grounds, Public Walks and Open Spaces ByelawPDF
Section 25: Ribby with Wrea Parish Council-Pleasure Grounds, Public Wals and Open Spaces ByelawPDF
Section 26: Fylde Borough Council-Pleasure Grounds, Public Walks and Open SpacesPDF
Section 27: Dogs (Fouling of Land) Designations Order 1999PDF
Section 28: The Dogs (Fouling of Land) Designations Order No 1 2000PDF
Section 29: The Dogs (Foulding of Land) Designations Order No 2 2000PDF
Section 30: No Skateboarding - Kirkham Community ParkPDF