The serious talking about services that the new Buckinghamshire Council should be providing for residents continued in earnest at last Thursday's (July 25) cross-councils debate, held at Aylesbury Vale District Council's Gateway offices.
County Council Chairman Brian Roberts arranged a special surprise to honour HM Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher, at today's (25 July) Full Council meeting.
The blueprint for the future of mineral prospecting and waste management in Buckinghamshire was given the thumbs-up by County Councillors this morning (Thursday, 25 July).
The August update regarding the HS2 project and its effects on Wendover
Rachael Shimmin has today been announced as the Chief Executive of the new Buckinghamshire Council, the unitary authority which on 1 April 2020 will replace the existing county and district councils.
The future of local services for Bucks residents: Get your questions in front of local decision makers
With just over eight months until the new Buckinghamshire Council opens its doors for business, politicians from across the five current councils will be holding a special debate to begin the task of shaping the key priorities for the new authority's 'to do' list.
Representatives from Eiffage Kier will be available in Wendover Library on Thursday 4 July between 16:00 and 19:00 should you wish to find out more information.
Sarah Murphy-Brookman, Buckinghamshire County Council’s Director of Human Resources and Organisational Development, received an accolade at this year’s Excellence in People Management Awards in honour of her impressive achievements after just one year in her role.
Seventeen County Council employees who have each worked for the local authority for over a quarter of a century, have been rewarded for their long service.
The inaugural meeting of the Shadow Authority to create the new Buckinghamshire Council took place on 3 June at Adams Park.