On right road with £3m

An extra £3 million investment to improve Bucks roads has been agreed, in addition to the £24 million already allocated to highways improvements.

Platform for new art

Aylesbury Garden Town has unveiled four striking new murals as part of a series of improvement projects at the town's railway station.

Town gets plugged in

Electric vehicle drivers can now take advantage of four new EV charging points in Aylesbury town centre’s Waterside North Car Park.

Plea to communities

Do you have an interest in helping improve your local area? If so then a local community board wants to hear from you.Mem

Health bus rolls in

The Health on the Move COVID-19 vaccination bus returns to Bucks this week and will be rolling up to Aylesbury, Gerrards Cross, Chesham and High Wycombe in the coming days.

'Wilding' of grass spaces

Council workmen and women are striking a careful balance with grass cutting - keeping road junctions clear but also allowing wild flowers to flourish in suitable areas.

Village traffic easing

Plans for Buckinghamshire's first 'freight zone' to control the movement of HGVs in and around the Ivinghoe area take a step closer with the start of a four-week public consul

Fear over HS2 lorry routes

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

Tour de Vale on hold

Organisers have decided to postpone this year’s MKFM Tour de Vale Charity Bike Ride to Sunday, 19 September.Ride director Jo Hall said: 'We believe that this decisio

£3.95m to ease HS2 pain

The Buckinghamshire HS2 Road Safety Fund will open on 22 February. Applications are being invited for schemes that will create safer roads for those who live and work in the c

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