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

Anger over 'brutal' HS2 axeing of woodland

HS2's imminent destruction of ancient woodland has been described as 'brutal' and 'a kick in the teeth' for Buckinghamshire people.Councillor Peter Martin, Buckinghamshire Council’s Deputy Cabin

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.

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.

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.

Bid for shops land

Buckinghamshire Council’s Cabinet has agreed to enter into negotiations with the current owners of Friars Square Shopping Centre, Aylesbury, with a view to buying it.

Historic building revamp

A 14th century town centre building in High Wycombe - once the thriving Wheatsheaf Inn on the old London to Oxford road - will be restored, thanks to a £350,000 grant from th