Local Government News

Local Government News

This page contains news items relating to local government; Great Missenden Parish Council, Chiltern District Council, Bucks County Council. If you need help in how to use this page please follow this link: Help Please.

Chiltern District Community Forum

The Chiltern District Community Forum has been developed to help identify the community safety priorities in Chiltern District for the next three months.The forum will take place on Wednesday 21 November, 7.30pm-9.30pm at Rossetti Hall, 38 New Pond Road,...

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Thames Valley Cyber Crime Online Forum

If your bank declares a security breach, do you know what actions you should take?Are you confident that your business is protected from cyber-attacks?Do you know how to spot a scam email?Can you be sure that your Wi-Fi network is secure?If you’ve...

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Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)

Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils - Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule From 2 November until midnight on Friday 14 December 2018, Chiltern and South Bucks Councils are consulting on a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Preliminary Draft Charging...

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Unitary Council News

(PVA Ed: The following is from a Bucks County Council sponsored website) In March this year, Government said that it was 'minded-to' approve a brand new, single council for Buckinghamshire, which would replace the current five councils. Local people, businesses and...

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Help to decide how your money is spent

Our local councillor, John Gladwin, wants you to know that the consultation on next year's BCC budget is under way.  Please find time to let them know your priorities.   Here is what you can do. Bucks County Council is currently running its annual budget consultation....

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Staying safe

BRIGHT IDEAS TO KEEP YOUR HOME SAFE IN THE DARK EVENINGS This time of year when the clocks have gone back homes are in darkness early in the afternoon – a gift for opportunist burglars. To avoid becoming a victim of burglary, Chiltern District Council and...

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Neighbourhood Watch

There is still a need for Neighbourhood Watch South Bucks District Council and Chiltern District Council Community Safety are actively promoting new and revitalised Neighbourhood Watch Schemes, especially in areas which have experienced incidents of recent...

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Open Forum on Policing

Would you like to have a say on local policing? Would you be interested in participating in a frank, open forum in which updates on policing around the Chiltern area are discussed? The Chiltern Community Forum makes this possible for all residents of...

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HS2 Community Liaison Forum

Councillors and members of the public are invited to attend the HS2 Community Liaison Forum at the Chiltern District Council offices on Monday 29th October. HS2 and their contractors will give a presentation on the current work programme and future plans...

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Trick or Treat?

There are no tricks when our Community Safety Team officers knock on your door this October. They're on patrol with Thames Valley Police, visiting residents to give advice about keeping safe and well this autumn and handing out helpful goodies. Some of the...

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GMPRG – Group Spotlight

Submitted by GMPRG Great Missenden & Prestwood Revitalisation Group (GMPRG) Great Missenden & Prestwood Revitalisation Group (GMPRG) is a voluntary community group, an independent not-for-profit organisation run entirely by local volunteers; a...

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Open Spaces – Maintenance Contract – 2019/22

Expressions of interest The Parish Council is inviting expressions of interest from suitable contractors for a forthcoming tender for various open space services including works such as grass cutting, hedge cutting, litter collection, weed control and inspection of...

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Pilates at Sprinters

(message Sprinters Leisure Centre) Pilates Pilates is a form of exercise which concentrates on strengthening the body with an emphasis on core strength. It concentrates on posture, balance and flexibility.  6 week course starts Thursday 6th September 2018 from 4.15pm...

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