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  • B474 Penn Road, Knotty Green, Beaconsfield Proposed 30mph Speed Limit - Statutory Consultation

    It is proposed to reduce the speed limit along a section of Penn Road, Beaconsfield from the current 40mph to a proposed 30mph Speed limit, from the junction with Penn Green (existing change from 30mph to 40mph) for approximately 2km to a point just west of Clay Street. We would like to hear your views on the proposal. Related Documents Please see additional consultation documents and a copy of the site plan below. Map Tiles (PDF 3.00MB) ... More
    Closes 19 July 2024
  • Elm Farm, Aylesbury - Parking Restrictions Informal Consultation

    Buckinghamshire Highways are proposing to implement a number of parking restrictions on several roads in the Elm Farm Estate in Aylesbury. These restrictions would be aimed at supporting the bus operators that service the estate. In addition, the restrictions aim to regulate the parking & movement of vehicular traffic outside the school, and enable to improve the turnover of available parking spaces outside of the local amenities. We would like to hear your views on the proposals,... More
    Closes 31 July 2024
  • Parking control request form

    Thank you for contacting us about a parking issue in Buckinghamshire Please complete this form if you believe we should consider a new parking control where on-street parking is causing significant problems. The problems might include risks to health and safety, blocking or restricting access and causing traffic congestion. Please do not complete this form if there is a problem where parking controls already exist. If this is the case,... More
    Closes 31 July 2024
  • Help us shape the future of nature in Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes

    We want to hear which aspects of nature are important to you to help us develop a Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS) for Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes. Why we need to recover nature Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes are home to a wide range of wildlife. For example, we have on our doorstep some of the world’s only chalk streams, ancient woodland and nationally significant populations of species such as native black poplar trees and black... More
    Closes 18 August 2024
  • Housing allocations policy consultation

    We are currently reviewing our housing allocations policy and want your feedback on the proposed changes. We are required to have a housing allocations policy to determine the procedures that are followed when assessing the eligibility of applicants and to allocate housing stock. The policy details how applicants, via the Bucks Home Choice scheme , can apply to the housing register, what the eligibility requirements are, how the assessment process works, and how... More
    Closes 22 August 2024
  • Have your say on electric vehicle (EV) parking bay proposals for Wendover – Informal consultation

    We want to hear your views on proposals to install kerbside Electric Vehicle (EV) charge points in Wendover, including conversion of adjacent parking spaces to 'EV charging only'. Funded by the UK Government’s Local EV Infrastructure (LEVI) capital fund, Buckinghamshire Council and Wendover Parish Council, the Wendover electric vehicle (EV) charging project is supporting the installation of in-pavement cable channels (IPCCs) and on-street EV charging points. The... More
    Closes 25 August 2024
  • Early help in Buckinghamshire

    We want to hear the views of parents, carers and young people who live in Buckinghamshire about how early help services could be developed. If you are from an organisation and would like to give us your views on early help services in Buckinghamshire, please email us at earlyhelppartnership@buckinghamshire.gov.uk and we will send you a link to complete the survey intended for organisations. What is early help Early help is all about providing help to families who,... More
    Closes 8 September 2024
  • Help us design a new delivery model for Buckinghamshire Libraries

    We are asking you to help us design our services so that staff are available at the times when you need them most. Buckinghamshire libraries have transformed over recent years and offer a wide range of services and activities. A new vision and strategy for Buckinghamshire Libraries was agreed in 2023. Our vision is to provide welcoming and safe spaces for everyone to access reading, culture and the information and services they need to learn, discover, imagine, and... More
    Closes 18 September 2024
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