A brand new county-wide unitary council will be established in Buckinghamshire, the Government confirmed today.
Planned revisions to Buckinghamshire County Council's home to school transport arrangements go out to public consultation today (Wednesday, 31 October).
Buckinghamshire County Council has welcomed the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Budget yesterday.
Proposals on how to implement revisions to Buckinghamshire County Council's home to school transport service will be put to public consultation if Cabinet Members give the go-ahead on Monday (22 October).
October 30 2018 has been set as the launch date for Transport for Buckinghamshire’s ‘virtual permits’ for on-street parking in resident permit areas and online applications for all other permit types.
Care England, the largest representative body for independent providers of adult social care, has submitted evidence to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee’s inquiry into social care funding.
Leading social care interest groups warn government that its mental capacity reforms are not fit for purpose
Leading social care interest groups from across the care sector are calling on the Government to urgently rethink its Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill that is now at a crucial parliamentary stage.
A 10-week consultation launches today to capture the public’s views on proposed ways to deliver early help services to support vulnerable families and children in Buckinghamshire.
Care England, the largest representative body for independent providers of adult social care, has called upon the Chancellor to ensure that the 2018 Budget places the social care sector on a more secure footing
County Council representatives will be taking to the streets of Aylesbury and High Wycombe next Thursday (October 4) to talk directly to residents about their experiences of dealing with the Council and how that could be improved.