The UK is currently experiencing an outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). You are advised to keep yourself up to date with information about the latest spread of the virus and health guidance issued
West Lancashire Borough Council wants to assure local people we have flu policies and business continuity plans in place to deal with the pressures presented by Coronavirus. We are constantly reviewing our plans and services against the daily guidance we are receiving from the Government.
We also continue to receive updates from Public Health England and we are in regular contact with the Lancashire Resilience Forum. The Council will share and signpost key messages and advice across our website and social media to keep local people informed and safe in the coming months.
Lancashire Local Resilience Forum has the primary responsibility for planning for and responding to any major emergency, including a pandemic, in the county.
Please click on the relevant links below to find out more information;
There are some council services that are currently suspended until further notice.
West Lancashire Borough Council Housing Repairs
Following the latest Government measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus, the West Lancashire Borough Council Housing Repairs Service will now be delivering emergency housing repairs only for the foreseeable future. No new non-emergency bookings will be accepted. The definition of emergency and non-emergency housing repairs can be found in the West Lancashire Borough Council Tenants Handbook (PDF 2MB)
If any West Lancashire Borough Council tenants contact us with a non-emergency housing repair, they will be asked to call back in 3 weeks' time.