Have your say
We are always looking to improve our services, and to do that we need to hear from the people of Buckinghamshire. There are plenty of opportunities to get involved with our work, have your say and make a difference.
Your Voice Bucks
Your Voice Bucks is where you can find and take part in our consultations, surveys and other customer involvement opportunities. These could be related to any of our services, including roads, schools, the environment, social care, libraries and transport. NHS services in Buckinghamshire also publish their consultation and participation activities on Your Voice Bucks. You may also be interested in our past consultations and surveys, or in those being held by other organisations in the county.
Local Area Forums
Find out about your Local Area Forum and attend the meetings. At these meetings, local issues are discussed and resolved by councillors, residents and local organisations.
Decisions and democracy
There are different ways of getting involved with our democratic processes:
- view upcoming and past decisions and find out how to get involved
- find out what committee meetings are happening and how to take part
- watch cabinet and committee meetings webcast live or as recordings
- get in touch with your local councillor
Find out how young people in Buckinghamshire are getting their voice heard through Youth Voice.
Report and track problems with roads, footpaths, hedges, lighting and more.
Getting Bucks Involved Steering Group
This group meet monthly to contribute to the work of health and social care services in Buckinghamshire. Members represent local voluntary, community and interest groups, working alongside Council and NHS staff. If you are interested in learning more, please visit the Your Community, Your Care website.
Compliments, complaints and suggestions
To let us know we could have done better or that we did something really well, submit a compliment, complaint or suggestion.
Find out how to create or sign a petition.
Approved venue licence applications
Comment on applications from Buckinghamshire venues that wish to start or continue holding wedding and civil partnership ceremonies.