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    Council money, paper and time saver shortlisted for national award

    A council scheme which saves money, paper and residents’ time is in line for a national award. Buckinghamshire County Council phased out postal waste permits replacing them with innovative digital permits in autumn 2016.

    • 28.06.2017
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    Surveillance cameras catch man dumping asbestos

    Man sentenced to heavy fines and costs after being filmed dumping a van load of asbestos on the M40 emergency vehicle ramp at Fulmer, Buckinghamshire. 

    • 26.06.2017
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    Orbital vision response to petition call for bypass

    The vision for an orbital route around Aylesbury has been put forward in response to a petition calling for greater investment in the town's road network.

    • 23.06.2017
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    Help us plan for tomorrow's lorry traffic

    Residents and businesses are being invited to help plan how to handle tomorrow's rail and road freight in Buckinghamshire.

    • 21.06.2017
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    X marks the spot for extra Wycombe community cash

    Residents in Wycombe will get an extra vote this year - but not to elect politicians. Their votes will decide which community projects they want funded. 

    • 21.06.2017
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    Learning Disability Week highlights the hidden problem of domestic abuse

    Learning Disability Week (from 19 June) is a time when we focus on the opportunities and issues that affect people in our community with a learning disability. This year, Buckinghamshire County Council and its partner organisations across the county are highlighting an issue that people often overlook – people with a learning disability are particularly vulnerable to domestic abuse.

    • 19.06.2017
  • Company director jailed for fraudulent trading

    A roofing company director has been jailed for 27 months for fraudulent trading in several communities across Buckinghamshire. Kumarapan Kunaratnam targeted elderly and vulnerable residents - some in their 90s - with a package of roofing work that Aylesbury Crown Court on Friday (June 9) heard was unnecessary, of poor quality and overpriced

    • 13.06.2017
  • Children's Services continues to make 'steady progress' says Ofsted

    The County Council is “making steady progress in improving the quality of services to children looked after” according to Ofsted in their monitoring visit letter published today (13 June).

    • 13.06.2017
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    A chance to see the Greatmoor Energy from Waste plant in action

    Ever wondered what happens to the things we throw into the bin? Buckinghamshire residents will be able to find out for themselves on 1 July when the Greatmoor Energy from Waste (EfW) facility at Woodham, near Aylesbury, opens its doors for a public open day.

    • 12.06.2017

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