News from Wendover Parish Council, May 2021
A range of Emergency Active Travel (EAT) trial schemes across Buckinghamshire are being introduced and amended during April
Using HS2 Assurance funding, Buckinghamshire Council has purchased two mobile CCTV cameras with contracts to operate and move between different locations over the next five years.
Transport Secretary confirms technology to spot stopped vehicles will be in place before any new stretch of 'All Lane Running' motorway is opened
From Monday 19 April an exhibition featuring an initial proposed outline route for the Aylesbury Gardenway, an orbital park that will encircle Aylesbury, is available to view online due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Buckinghamshire Council, and its waste and resource management partner FCC Environment, is encouraging residents to bag a bargain for their garden this spring at its two reuse shops, which reopened 12 April.
Aylesbury MP Rob Butler has today challenged the Housing Secretary to support the Aylesbury spur of East-West Rail, and to help Rob’s ongoing campaign to secure funding for the crucial link.
Wendover Parish Council letters of objection to Buckinghamshire Council with regard to the HS2 Schedule 17 Applications at Wendover Dean
These objections, filed in response to HS2's Schedule 17 Applications at Wendover Dean, are also available on www.wendover-pc.gov.uk/hs2
Work to build the eagerly anticipated new 650m Haydon Hill cycleway, connecting Roman Park Community Centre at Berryfields with Gogh Road, starts today (19 April).
Passengers given additional six months from the original expiry date to redeem Rail Travel Vouchers