This page lists the different consultation and engagement activities that have been completed on this programme.Subscribe
Get creative and celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Check out the details on the poster.
A fantastic programme of free events, bringing back memories of nights out in Kirkham.
Phoenix Rising is delivering Wellbeing sessions in Kirkham as part of the High Street Heritage Action Zone Programme funded by Historic England. The scheduled sessions which run from January 7th can be seen on the Phoenix Rising website. Check the website and Facebook pages for updates and changes.
Grants of up to 90% are available for schemes that preserve and enhance the quality and character of the historic high street through the repair and refurbishment of buildings. The fund will be open for applications until 30 September 2023 (subject to funding being available) with all work to be completed and invoiced by the end of January 2024. To view and download guidance on the application process, and for the application form itself, click the relevant buttons below and the PDF will open in a new window.
Fylde Borough Council and The Paul Hogarth company are looking to commission artists /makers to undertake the development of several site-specific works within the town centre. These commissions are integral to the overall vision for the public realm, designed by The Paul Hogarth Company. The public art programme is funded by Historic England’s High Street Heritage Action Zones (HS HAZ) programme, which recognises heritage and culture as being one of the main drivers for regeneration. View the brief to see all details and submit an Expression of Interest - Deadline January 28th by 12 noon.
We have secured some grant funding from Historic England to regenerate the shop fronts in the conservation area. Read more and register your interest to apply for grant funding.
at Kirkham Community Centre
This is an opportunity to have your say on the proposed shop front improvements.
We've set up the consultation board in our interactive exhibition on Confers so you can leave comments and ask questions of the team and read other's comments. When you have understood the proposals, please take the survey.
The team will be in the Market Square to present and discuss the ideas behind the public realm designs, and listen for feedback.
View the proposals and complete our survey.
This is an interactive discussion forum and exhibition about the high streets, the conservation area, and the opportunity to develop new shop frontage designs.
Our landscape architects invite you help shape the new public realm designs. Place your ideas and comments on maps and photos of Kirkham's public spaces.
This short questionnaire helps the design team at The Paul Hogarth Company understand your views on the current public realm at the start of their design process.