Blueprint agreed to regenerate town centre

Development plans have advanced for two key sites at the heart of Aylesbury.Councillors have agreed a proposal to regenerate the former Gala Bingo Hall site in High Street and create a new town ce

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

New homes debate

An extra Thame Town Council meeting takes place this month, amidst fears over plans for 154 new houses on land north of Oxford Road.It happens on 13 February, when the planning application P23/S42

Pick of the places

Voting is now open for the Buckinghamshire Design Awards People’s Choice Award 2022/23.Buckinghamshire Council is inviting people to have their say on favourite new buildings and open spaces in

Better by design

The Buckinghamshire Design Awards are running again and people are being invited to nominate their favourite new building or open space.

Planning in overdrive

A government minister has visited Buckinghamshire to see how the council is trialling innovative digital tools aimed at speeding up the planning process.

Fear over HS2 lorry routes

Buckinghamshire Council has refused to approve lorry route applications for HS2 Ltd due to a lack of relevant information.

Choose your design

Fifteen building schemes have been commended as part of the first Buckinghamshire-wide Design Awards - but winners of the People’s Choice Award are yet to be decided.

Historic site revealed

Important remains from  a 4,000-year-old Bronze Age ceremonial site near Wendover have been carefully removed and documented  by archaeological excavation teams working ahea

Leaders slam HS2

Joint statement in response to the Government's HS2 announcement from Martin Tett, Leader Buckinghamshire County Council, and Angela Macpherson, Leader Aylesbury Vale