Buckinghamshire County Council

This tag relates to the County authority and local education authority, Buckinghamshire.

Celebrate with a street party

  |  Published: Mar 7th 2018
Royal weddings are a cause for celebration across the nation, and it might be that your street wants to host a party.

Have your say on the future for minerals and waste

  |  Published: Mar 5th 2018
A revised blueprint for the future of mineral prospecting and waste management in Buckinghamshire gets its second airing among residents, stakeholders and operators from today (Monday, March 5).

Historic Aylesbury Crown Court closes its doors for last time

  |  Published: Mar 5th 2018
From petty criminals to cold-blooded killers, Aylesbury Crown Court has seen its fair share of gruesome and notorious cases over the years. However, the pounding of the judge’s gavel hammering down in judgement on those stood in the dock is a sound that will no longer be heard as the court has closed its doors for the last time.

TfB and Wycombe DC join forces to rescue expectant mums

  |  Published: Mar 2nd 2018
Transport for Buckinghamshire responded to a call for help this morning from their colleagues at Wycombe District Council housing department. Residents at Saunderton Lodge, WDC’s emergency accommodation on the outskirts of town, were snowed in – and three women at the lodge had gone into early labour.

Cressex Link plans for public consultation

  |  Published: Mar 2nd 2018
Plans to improve the Cressex Link junction in High Wycombe could include a cycleway, Buckinghamshire County Council has confirmed. However, before construction starts residents and businesses will be asked what they think.

New Market Square traffic restrictions

  |  Published: Feb 26th 2018
Transport for Buckinghamshire is introducing an Experimental Traffic Regulation Order (ETRO) in sections of Aylesbury town centre which prohibits vehicles from using Market Square past the northern boundary of the Green Man pub in either direction.
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