At a time when environmental issues are quickly climbing the national agenda, it's sobering to be reminded that 7.1 million tonnes of food is wasted every year in UK homes.
News from Wendover Parish Council, November 2019
Buckinghamshire County Council is testing a new way to alleviate flooding in north Bucks
Last week the County Council announced the roll-out of over 1400 commercially-run school bus places
Significant changes to the proposed mitigation work planned for Link Road, Great Missenden were agreed yesterday (October 29) by HS2, following a meeting with officials from Buckinghamshire County Council.
Following local feedback, HS2 have discussed the Great Missenden Link Road works with Buckinghamshire County Council and agreed to postpone the Link Road works until early 2020.
A spell of dry weather forecast for Sunday (27 October) should allow contractors to continue resurfacing work on the A413 Wendover Bypass.
Over 1400 commercially run school bus places are being created for students across the county as part of the County Council’s work to boost the number of school bus services provided by external operators.
As the launch of the new Buckinghamshire Council approaches, the people and communities of Buckinghamshire are being asked for their views on the priorities and budget for the new council for its first financial year.
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) has been working closely with homebuilder Taylor Wimpey to carry out some of its routine maintenance work during the current overnight closure of the A41, Aston Clinton Road, Aylesbury