Bills set to rise

In a period of seven years, a council forecasts a saving of nearly £172 million after the local authority switch-round in 2020.Now, Buckinghamshire Council is facing up to cuts as it aims to bala

Day of the robots

The future has become the present for Buckinghamshire Council, which is working alongside Microsoft to improve the way it works.What is AI?AI is a form of computer technology th

'Tough times' budget

Residents and businesses are being asked for their views on which services should be prioritised as a council braces itself for spending plans in a tough financial climate.Like household budgets,

Valuing the vulnerable

End of year message from Buckinghamshire Council Leader, Martin Tett (pictured):As 2022 draws to a close, it seems like an op

Hello, bonjour, namaste

Buckinghamshire Building Society is pulling out all the digital stops to make itself more accessible to everyone - including online translation of 100 languages.

Car parks boost on big day

With thousands of Bucks businesses looking forward to opening their doors again on Monday (12 April), Buckinghamshire Council is offering free parking in its car parks from th

Focus on spending

People can next week ask questions about how their council tax is spent.Everything from Covid to children's services

Your say in budget

Buckinghamshire residents are being asked to help the county council make important budget decisions in a consultation launched today (October 17th).The annual budg

Top speakers at skills show

An A-list cast of speakers from Google to the Ministry of Sound will be headlining the county’s largest interactive careers fair on Saturday 13th October at The Gateway in Aylesbury.Organisers o

Doing the business

Buckinghamshire Business First, the growth hub for the county, has been celebrating its key achievements during the past 12 months. They include the milestone of welcoming more than 10,000 business me