Buckinghamshire Council is going further in its commitment to preserve and improve Buckinghamshire’s environment.
The Buckinghamshire Council waste crime enforcement team achieved their third best year ever in terms of the amount fly tipping offenders have had to pay in fines, costs and other surcharges
The next steps of an ambitious programme to plant a tree for every resident in Bucks took a step closer to fruition last night after Cabinet agreed plans to progress the scheme.
Cabinet agrees actions to be carbon neutral by 2050
Home “tweet” home: developers launch bird quiz to encourage Buckinghamshire residents to learn more about our feathered friends
To celebrate Buckinghamshire garden birds, five star housebuilders Barratt and David Wilson Homes has launched a digital bird quiz to encourage people to learn more about where their feathered friends live.
Buckinghamshire Council is proud to have won the Great British September Clean Award at the Keep Britain Tidy Network Awards 2021
A new county-wide campaign, Metal Matters, is being rolled out across Buckinghamshire to encourage households to recycle their food and drink cans, kitchen foil, foil containers and trays, empty aerosols and metal screw tops.
£105K awarded to increase public EV charging units
One of Buckinghamshire's most famous ancient monuments is fighting a modern day battle against the effects of fly tipping and antisocial behaviour.
Kamil Adam Chudzinski, 24, of Kimberley Close, Langley, Slough, pleaded guilty at Wycombe Magistrates Court on 9 December 2020 to an offence of dumping waste illegally.