Black plastic rubbish bags issued by the council are not fit for purpose according to resident David Renshaw.
Council tax in Chiltern and South Bucks districts is set to rise by 10p a week giving a 3.4% increase in South Bucks Council Tax.
Planning applications in October 2018.
Planning applications in October 2018 – includes two demolitions of existing properties.
Concern from carers that money from sale of Seeleys house will go into the general fund as opposed to being used to fund short breaks for adults with disabilities.
Bucks County Council has announced that 100 of the county’s roads will be surfaced. The list of roads will be finalised at the end of the month.
Bucks County Council have started to enforce the parking rules in Beaconsfield Old Town leading to confusion as to where people are able to park.
Final budget of Bucks County Council included a 2.99% council tax increase – the new unitary authority Buckinghamshire Council comes into existence in April 2020. Includes photo of Martin Tett, Leader of Bucks CC.
Concern that the cash from the sale of Seeleys House in Beaconsfield may not be used to fund short breaks for carers and will go into the general funding pot.
Conservative candidates for the May local election will be Cllr Anita Cranmer, Cllr Jackson Ng and Cllr Alistair Pyke who will contest for a place on the new unitary Buckinghamshire Council.
Survey sent to residents by Cllr Alistair Pyke prior to formulating the Neighbourhood Plan for Beaconsfield.
Newspaper cutting plus photograph of a dispute between a Fulmer resident and Beaconsfield District Council where the Environment Secretary has been asked to resolve the situation.