Archive for September, 2015

Buckingham Roadworks

In north Buckingham I am pleased to note that work is progressing on road improvements to Stratford Road and Elm Street. This follows recent work in Page Hill and Maids Moreton Main Street. Other works continue around North Bucks including the A413 in and around Padbury, roads around Gawcott and in Buckingham South too. You can check for closures on the new trial Transport for Bucks website.

Buckingham Votes Yes for Neighbourhood Plan

After so many months and years of work by the town council, residents and stakeholders, great news was issued from Aylesbury at Midnight: 91% of the vote for the Neighbourhood Plan said YES!

The plan has to be “made” by the district council in the near future and will then be formal planning policy for Buckingham. The plan documents can be found on the AVDC website. It is especially pleasing for me as I was the chairman of the town council planning committee that initiated the town plan project.

Moreton Road Developments

I have been alerted to the incomplete footpaths between Phase II of the Moreton Road development (near the rugby club) and Moreton Road itself. The officers from the planning and transport department are reviewing the planning obligations and chasing up the developer.

Buckingham Decides

The County Council’s Buckingham Local Area Forum (LAF) has invited organisations who have ideas for projects that will benefit specific communities to submit proposals to the Buckingham Decides community budget scheme.

The Buckingham LAF has budgets allocated by Buckinghamshire County Council to put towards projects/schemes that meet the priorities for the local area and residents in the Buckingham local area are being asked to decide how to spend £9,500 on five projects. You can make your vote here: www.BuckinghamDecides.com Read the rest of this entry »

Warren Whyte



4 Fishers Field,
Buckingham,
Buckinghamshire MK18 1SN

01280 820531

warren.whyte@buckinghamcca.co.uk

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