Three week survey launches today
As international football legend Bobby Moore was lifting the World Cup for England in 1966, 16 year old Aylesbury lad Steve Nicholls was taking the first nervous step on his career ladder with Buckinghamshire County Council.
Pavements could be made safer for people with disabilities and families under new proposals to ban antisocial parking unveiled by the Government today.
Buckinghamshire Council has announced that Veolia will begin a ten-year contract to deliver household waste collections and street cleansing services in the Chiltern, Wycombe and South Bucks areas of the Buckinghamshire from Monday 7 September.
Transport for Buckinghamshire’s (TfB) surface dressing programme for 2020 was completed on 21st July, with the aftercare due to be completed by the end of August.
Government accelerating pothole mapping project to support motorists and cyclists ahead of school return
A first-of-its-kind audit into the mapping of potholes in England has been launched today (Friday 28 August) by Transport Secretary Grant Shapps, aided by data from on-road businesses such as Uber and Deliveroo, to better target improvements so that roads are in top condition as people return to work and school.
Bin collections across Buckinghamshire will be operating to a revised schedule next week for the Bank Holiday.
There is a new way to tackle the issues that matter most to your community – through Buckinghamshire Council’s new Community Boards
Three consultations are now open to find out how residents, local businesses and other interested people feel about extending the current Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) in Buckingham town centre, Winslow and Steeple Claydon and a number of parks and open spaces in the Aylesbury Vale area.
Wendover Parish Council has some new Councillors