High Wycombe one of only 57 towns in the country to win Future High Streets funding competition
A prolific fly-tipper has been jailed for 21 months for dumping after a joint prosecution by Buckinghamshire Council and Slough Borough Council.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfeld, is seeking your views on a proposed increase to the policing element of council tax for 2021/22.
A public consultation begins today, 6 January, for residents to respond to the development brief for the Hollands Farm site in Bourne End
If you want to question council bosses about how your council tax is spent, you can do next week as part of the robust scrutiny process of Buckinghamshire Council's billion pound spending plans.
Following the announcement of the new national lockdown, Aylesbury MP, Rob Butler, has called on ministers to accelerate plans to introduce vaccination centres and services in the town and nearby villages.
Following the announcement of a new national lockdown in England, Buckinghamshire Council has made some urgent changes to several of its key services.
During the Prime Minister’s address to the nation on 4 January, he announced that people who are clinically extremely vulnerable will be asked to shield again.
Cabinet today has announced its budget proposals for the next financial year starting in April
Beni Barariu, 31, of Oak Green, Aylesbury, pleaded guilty at High Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on 9 December 2020 to fly-tipping waste at Longdown Hill, Cadsden, Princes Risborough, on 5 May 2020.