Time to have a say on county plans

Alistair BradleyAlistair Bradley
Alistair Bradley
TIME is running out for people to have their say on proposals to create a combined authority for Lancashire.

Around 1,500 people and organisations have so far completed a survey giving their views and the consultation ends on Friday.

Coun Alistair Bradley, chairman of the council leaders’ group on combined authority matters and leader of Chorley Council, said: “As councillors we want to make sure we are representing the majority of views of our residents and we can only do that if you come and tell us what you think.”

People can take part in the consultation by visiting their council website or calling into the council offices.