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    Have your say on planning for tomorrow's lorry traffic

    Residents and businesses are being invited to feed into plans for handling tomorrow's  freight in Buckinghamshire.

    • 26.02.2018
  • Preliminary work starts on cycleway

    Work has started to clear vegetation ahead of the construction of a shared use cycleway/footway along Bath Road, Taplow.

    • 26.02.2018
  • New Market Square traffic restrictions

    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.

    • 26.02.2018
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    Patroller Christine celebrates 40 years keeping children safe on the road

    For 40 years Christine Walker has been seeing children safely across the road to school. And that's a record, according to Buckinghamshire County Council. On Monday (19 February) the children of West Wycombe celebrated Christine's service to the community with a special assembly at the village school.

    • 19.02.2018
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    £720,000 investment in 25 drainage improvement schemes

    In the past year Transport for Buckinghamshire has spent £720,000 to make permanent drainage improvements at 25 flooding hotspots on Buckinghamshire roads.

    • 19.02.2018
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    4500 old style street lights to be replaced

    Transport for Buckinghamshire is continuing its county-wide streetlight replacement programme over the next few months with a further 4500 old style sodium lanterns being replaced with the more environmentally friendly and longer lasting Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) lanterns. 

    • 19.02.2018
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    Have you, or a loved one, been affected by cancer?

    Have you, or a loved one, been affected by cancer? If so, health and care services in Buckinghamshire would like your help to ensure we are delivering the best possible care for our population – which means it is vital we hear from residents who have experienced cancer treatment.

    • 15.02.2018
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    Cabinet agrees first Budget without Government revenue support

    Cabinet members have agreed the first County Council budget to include absolutely no help towards services from the Government in the form of Revenue Support Grant.

    • 12.02.2018
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    Three-day budget probe feedback to Cabinet

    A review of forecast overspends, improvements to foster carer recruitment and the introduction of mandatory face-to-face exit interviews, are among 12 recommendations published in a report by Buckinghamshire County Council’s independent Budget Scrutiny Select Committee.

    • 06.02.2018

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