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.
Netta Glover, Chairman of the Council, has held an event to thank social workers who support some of the county’s most vulnerable adults and children, in recognition of the difference they make to communities across Buckinghamshire.
The Council will launch a 10 week consultation on October 4 to capture the public’s views on proposed ways to deliver early help services to support vulnerable families and children in Buckinghamshire. The consultation will run until midnight on Thursday, December 13 2018. The online survey and supporting information, including more detail on the proposed options, will be available at www.buckscc.gov.uk/earlyhelp
Buckinghamshire County Council is to urge the Government to publish its delayed Green Paper on Adult Social Care, with Leader Martin Tett saying the increasing pressures on budgets is “an existential threat to this council and others across the country.”
Following a hugely successful year for the Waste Partnership for Buckinghamshire under the chairmanship of Bill Chapple OBE, the County Council's Cabinet Member for Planning and Environment, the leadership baton has been passed on.
Schoolchildren, residents, walkers and cyclists are being invited to bring their bikes to the official opening of a new traffic free route from Aylesbury to Waddesdon. The event will start at Aylesbury Vale Parkway station at 10.45am on Thursday 13 September.