A new case is to be made to Network Rail to reconsider plans for the proposed closure of Hollow Hill Lane between Iver and Slough as part of plans for the new Western Rail Link to Heathrow (WRLTH).
On Tuesday 16 June, Buckinghamshire Council adopted a new Local Enforcement Plan. The planning enforcement team investigate alleged breaches of planning control, and will use this plan to take enforcement action where appropriate.
The new roundabout being built on the main A41 road at Westcott, which will pave the way for further expansion at the nearby business park, has been opened temporarily to traffic.
Parking to remain free in all Buckinghamshire Council owned car parks until 1 August. Parking enforcement on roads and car parks to recommence fully from 22 June.
Despite the current situation around country, Transport for Buckinghamshire’s (TfB) major projects programme for 2020–21 is in full swing.
Buckinghamshire Council, FCC Environment and South Bucks Hospice are pleased to announce that the re-use shop at the Aston Clinton household recycling centre will reopen on Monday 22 June.
From Monday 22 June, Buckinghamshire residents will be able to return borrowed books to most libraries.
Aylesbury MP, Rob Butler, has today urged the Prime Minister to do all he can to support local businesses as they emerge from the Covid-19 lockdown.
In Parliament today, Aylesbury MP, Rob Butler, asked Minister of State for Regional Growth and Local Government, Simon Clarke MP, for assurance that funding for Aylesbury Garden Town projects will still be delivered, in light of the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis.
Travel limits on concessionary bus passes, which were lifted when lockdown restrictions started in March, are to be reinstated on Monday (15 June) in line with the latest Government Guidance.