High Street Heritage Action Zones (HS HAZ) are four-year regeneration programmes funded by Historic England and local authorities designed to help revive and revitalise historic high streets.  

Kirkham is one of only 68 high streets in England that have been granted this funding to give its high street new lease of life.

Fylde Borough Council is working closely with Historic England and partners to develop & deliver a number of schemes that will transform and restore disused and dilapidated buildings with new uses, help improve health & well-being restore local historic character and improve public realm.

The Kirkham HSHAZ runs from April 2020 to March 2024. It's total value is c.£3.5m, of which Historic England grant is £1.8m and the rest match (in cash and kind) from Fylde BC and Kirkham Town Council.

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Regeneration takes time. Over the coming months, there are a number of ways for you to get involved in shaping the future of Kirkham. We've set up a series of engagement activities to engage with you during the pandemic and beyond.  Please register or subscribe to our newsletter so we can easily invite you to the different engagement activities as we publish them.
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EXPLORE OTHER ProJECTS IN OUr ProGRAMME
Funding Source
High Street Heritage Action Zone
We are grateful to have won Heritage Action Zone Funding from Historic England, and are in the process of setting up a series of sub-projects funded under this programme.
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Public Realm Improvements
Find out how £1.5m will be invested in reviving and re-energising Kirkham’s historic town centre streets and open spaces
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Future High Street Fund Masterplan
In 2020, funded by Future High Street Funding from Ministry Housing, Communities and Local Government we developed our masterplan by Bauman Lyons.
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Shop Front Improvement Scheme
Shopkeepers and landlords can apply for large grants to transform their high street properties help return many properties to their former historic glory
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Heritage and Eco Skills Centre
We aim to create a regional centre of excellence for heritage and eco skills within the restored Grade II Listed Hillside building
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The Kirkgate Centre
Key to regeneration of the town – this prime building is the ideal place for mixed use development leisure, retail and housing
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Arts and Heritage Centre & Community Cinema
One of the most urgent needs expressed by the residents is for some form of leisure attraction, in particular a cinema on the high street
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HS HAZ Cultural Programme
Kirkham has been awarded an £80,000 grant from Historic England to create and deliver community-led cultural activities on the high street
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Health and Wellbeing  Programme
Engaging with Kirkham’s history and heritage can improve the health and wellbeing of local people
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Get Involved and Have Your Say!
Regeneration takes time. Over the coming months, there are a number of ways for you to get involved in shaping the future of Kirkham. We've set up a series of engagement activities to engage with you during the pandemic and beyond.  Please register or subscribe to our newsletter so we can easily invite you to the different engagement activities as we publish them.
Get Involved
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