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    Modern slavery victim support pilot to launch

    A support service to help victims of modern slavery and human trafficking will be piloted in Buckinghamshire.

    • 24.01.2018
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    River restoration to reduce flooding risk

    Work started this week (Monday January 22) on restoration to a tributary of the River Chess to reduce flood risk in Chesham Old Town, create a more natural aqua-scape, and consign to history a century-old concrete weir.

    • 23.01.2018
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    Go-ahead for greenway link to Waddesdon

    The vision for a new 'greenway' linking Aylesbury with Waddesdon came closer to reality this week. Planning consent has been given to the two-and-a-half mile walking and cycling trail.

    • 19.01.2018
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    Cabinet agrees 20-year forward plan for minerals and waste

    A blueprint for the future of mineral prospecting and waste management in Buckinghamshire will get its second airing among residents, stakeholders and operators from March 5.

    • 12.01.2018
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    Make a resolution to make a real difference this January

    January is a time for new beginnings and fresh starts so what better time to take the plunge and foster? Of course, the decision to foster is not one that is made overnight but if it is something you have pondered for a while or if you are keen to find out more about what is involved, now is the time to act.

    • 12.01.2018
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    Green light for new service to help children and families earlier

    Today, 8 January 2018, Cabinet gave their seal of approval for a new service that will help children and families more effectively by developing one Early Help service for Buckinghamshire.

    • 08.01.2018
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    School boarding future to be decided

    A formal consultation has started to get public feedback about a proposal to close overnight boarding accommodation at Pebble Brook School, Aylesbury.

    • 04.01.2018
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    Quiz the County budget-setters

    Why does Buckinghamshire plan to spend £15m on roads maintenance? How will the County Council save money to make ends meet? Could County Hall run out of money?

    • 03.01.2018
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    2018 new year message from Council Leader, Martin Tett

    "I'll certainly remember 2017 as a roller-coaster year….our own local county elections, the snap general election, the continuing Brexit negotiations, the announcement of a royal wedding, freezing temperatures and snow and even an embarrassing mistake at the Oscars nearly denying ‘Moonlight’ winner of the Best Picture award! 

    • 28.12.2017

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