Link road on course

Construction of the South East Aylesbury Link Road is one step closer.This key infrastructure project is due to open to traffic in 2026.Council leader Martin Tett (pictured) said: 'Our cabinet

Homes green light

Plans for 31`affordable homes in Thame finally get off the ground this week.Formal issue of planning permission for Thame Community Land Trust’s housing site in Windmill Road paves the way for h

DIY waste move

Bucks people will be able to dispose of small amounts of DIY waste for free at Household Recycling Centres from 31 December.Changes have been brought in by central government and will make it easi

Branching out

Thame Mayor Adrian Dite has officially opened a new branch of independent builders’ merchant MKM, located in Lupton Road. The outlet will mark MKM’s 123rd branch in the UK and has created 18 n

Eco route to road repair

Work has begun to tackle some of the most damaged rural roads in the county while saving money and helping the environment.

Laying down the law

A recently published table shows that Buckinghamshire Council is the second most active outside London and the seventh most active nationally in issuing planning enforcement n

'Vile' fly-tipper jailed

A prolific fly-tipper has been jailed for 21 months and had his vehicle seized following a joint prosecution brought by three councils.

Tribute to benefactor

A bronze sculpture celebrating William Harding's support for Aylesbury youngsters has finally found its home.The bronze s

'Module' homes arrive

A Buckinghamshire Council project to provide shelter for homeless families in urgent need of housing is one major step closer to completion.

Heat's on waste crews

Waste crews are being encouraged to take more drink breaks in response to the mini heatwave the county is experiencing this week.