Future homes plan

A wide-ranging, five-year housing strategy has been revealed.It sets out the council’s vision, priorities and actions to meet current and future housing needs and challenges in the county.De

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

Energy Doctor helps beat bills crisis

Households can expect an average saving of £125 on their annual energy bills, thanks to an Energy Doctor scheme.More than 400 visits have been to Buckinghamshire homes in the past 12 months.T

Changes at the top

Buckinghamshire Council Leader Martin Tett has appointed Steven Broadbent as his deputy.This follows a decision by current deputy Gareth Williams to stand down from the council’s cabinet.Mr

Winter warmer

Are you concerned about the cost of energy bills and looking for ways to make your home cheaper to heat and more comfortable to live in? A grant is available from Oxfordshire County Council to imp

Caught cold on camera

It difficult to think about freezing winters shortly after an unseasonal heatwave, but Thame is forward planning. This winter people will be able to borrow a thermal imaging camera from Thame Town

Focus on flooding

Plans are under way to protect people in the Chiltern Hills from the devastating effect of flooding.During the next four years, Project Groundwater Chiltern Hills and Ber

New Ukraine appeal

The generosity of Buckinghamshire residents to support the government’s Homes for Ukraine scheme, set up in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, has

Tag, type, snap!

What do you like about where you live? What would you change?As Buckinghamshire Council reviews its planning guidelines,

'Shops to homes' alert

Government changes are threatening the future of our high streets, warns Martin Tett.The Leader of Buckinghamshire Counci