'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.

Bid to ease HS2 impact

Buckinghamshire Council has released a statement about high-speed rail from Councillor Steven Broadbent, Cabinet Member for Transport.

Brown, not green pledge

Early work has begun on the Local Plan for Buckinghamshire, which will shape the future for the county’s planning and development.

Relief road: Your say

Detailed plans have been revealed for the first phase of a new Princes Risborough Relief Road. Now people have their chance to give their views on the plans.

Fly-tipper's crushing blow

A vehicle used to dump waste illegally in Buckinghamshire has been crushed in a bid to prevent further incidents of fly-tipping.

A lesson in co-operation

A key milestone is being celebrated in construction of a new multi-million-pound secondary school on the Kingsbrook development near Aylesbury, with a traditional topping out

Eco-friendly school opens

A new primary school has officially opened its doors.Kingsbrook View Primary Academy is a futuristic, multi-million-pound

£600k fly-tipping bill

Many people pay cash in hand to have odd jobs done to the house or garden. But if they need to have rubbish removed, this is one time to avoid paying cash.

New-build design award

The new Bierton Crematorium has been awarded a prestigious RIBA South Award.Nick Naylor, Buckinghamshire Council’s Cabi

Fear over HS2 lorry routes

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

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