Aylesbury MP Rob Butler has welcomed Government funding of more than £480,000 to help Buckinghamshire Council reopen local high streets once restrictions lift.
Buckinghamshire Council recently asked residents to give their views on a new vehicle removal policy
If you are passionate about your local community, Wendover Parish needs you.
Scammers contacted a resident by phone in early March, purporting to be a local councillor.
Amersham Cricket Club and Prestwood Methodist Church in Great Missenden are the latest Buckinghamshire recipients to be awarded grants from our Community and Environment Fund (CEF).
Colossal infrastructure schemes, such as HS2, the high-speed rail project linking London and the Midlands, persist in eradicating irreplaceable ancient woodland
With £41.5million being released jointly from the national Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) and Section 106 funding, and £3.5million from Basic Need funding, plans for a new school on the Kingsbrook development, to the east of Aylesbury, are moving closer.
Wendover and Villages Community Board focuses on Climate Change and explores local environment issues
At the meeting on Tuesday evening (16 March) support for the environment was top of the agenda at the Wendover and Villages Community Board.
A new pilot ‘quietway’ is to be introduced in Trinity Road, Marlow as part of a range of measures to promote walking and cycling in the area.
The installation of a second docking station at Aylesbury Vale Parkway railway station, together with more e-bikes, will shortly complete Buckinghamshire's first e-bike rental scheme along the popular Waddesdon Greenway route.