- HS2 - which will cut through parts of Aylesbury Vale and the Chilterns - took a major step forward today as The Queen gave the controversial plan her Royal Assent. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: "Getting the go-ahead to start building HS2 is a massive boost to the UK's future economic prosperity and a further clear signal that Britain is open for business.
- Residents across Aylesbury Vale are being urged to unplug a range of faulty tumble dryers - after some of them started to EXPLODE. Manufacturer Whirlpool has admitted there is a fault with a range of up to 5.3 million Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda dryers and they should be switched off immediately and the company will offer a free modification.
- Council tax payers will be charged an average of 5 extra a year for services provided by the district council. Aylesbury Vale District Council announced the price rise this week, which will amount to A 5 per household per year for Band D properties.
- Extra £5 a year for your Aylesbury Vale District Council services
Council tax payers will be charged an average of £5 extra a year for services provided by the district council. Aylesbury Vale District Council announced the price rise this week, which will amount to £5 per household per year for Band D properties.
- The Bucks Federation of Women's Institutes is holding its fourth science investigation and discovery day on Monday March 7. As part of science week, 200 WI members from across the county will converge on the Aylesbury Vale District Council offices for what is set to be an interesting and stimulating day. Among the guest speakers on the day are Giles Yeo of BBC Two's Horizon fame speaking about the relationship between genetics and obesity, Dr Denise Smythe-Wright speaking about oceanography and
- Bonfire , Berryfield Road, Aylesbury. Two appliances and crews from Aylesbury attended.
- Bucks Herald
ROUND-UP: Here's a list of this weekend's Aylesbury Vale fire service call-outs
Did you see a fire engine with blue lights flashing this weekend? Well here's where it was headed... Sunday 19 February, 1.55pm. Bonfire (originally believed to be a house fire), Berryfield Road, Aylesbury. Two appliances and crews from Aylesbury attended.
- A new company has been formed to support the high-tech activity within a one-hour radius of Silverstone Circuit. The formation of the new Silverstone Technology Cluster company follows a report from independent research and analysis specialists, SQW, identifying the area around Silverstone as a cluster exceptionally rich in high-tech engineering know-how and capability.
- Seen a fire engine with blue lights flashing over the last couple of days? Chances are it was heading to one of these incidents... Automatic fire alarm, Guttmann Road, Aylesbury. One appliance and crew from High Wycombe, which was on standby in Aylesbury, attended.
- Bucks Herald
Here's a round up of Aylesbury Vale fire service calls outs from Wednesday (Feb 15)
Seen a fire engine with blue lights flashing over the last couple of days? Chances are it was heading to one of these incidents... Thursday 16 February, 2.27pm. Automatic fire alarm, Guttmann Road, Aylesbury. One appliance and crew from High Wycombe, ...and more »
- A report from Buckingham Business First has revealed The number of out of work Buckinghamshire residents claiming either Job Seekers' Allowance or Universal Credit rose by 195 in January to reach 2,820, the highest total since March 2015. The county's claimant count rate rose to 0.9 per cent of working age residents in January, now ranking 6th lowest rate among county councils and the 4th lowest among LEPs [local enterprise partnerships].
- The much-discussed housing white paper was released by the Government last week, but what does it mean in real terms for developments accross Aylesbury Vale? The 104 page document vows to 'Fix Britain's housing market' with a series of reforms - slashing red tape, proposals to stop developers land banking, encouragment for smaller building firms to take on projects and a reduction of time local councils spend processing planning applications. The report reveals that since Since the 1970s, there
- Bucks Herald
What does Government's planning white paper mean for Aylesbury Vale?
The much-discussed housing white paper was released by the Government last week, but what does it mean in real terms for developments accross Aylesbury Vale? The 104 page document vows to 'Fix Britain's housing market' with a series of reforms ...and more »
- The burning of hedge cuttings on a bonfire has been identified as the reason for acrid smoke which has been blowing across Watermead for more than a week. The Herald was contacted by a villager saying a fire had been burning on farmland behind Kestrel Way and Pintail Close for more than a week.
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Aylesbury Vale sees increase in rough sleepers
Across England the number of rough sleepers is over 4000, which is a 16% increase on last year. Henry Allmand, Housing Development & Strategy Manager at AVDC said: "Many factors have led to a national rise in rough sleeping and unfortunately this has ...
- Local Government Chronicle
Bringing clarity to Aylesbury Vale DC's digital vision
Local Government Chronicle
A team of Eduserv consultants worked with Aylesbury Vale DC's leaders and IT team, in order to build a clear understanding of the council's future vision for how they work and the way they want to use IT. As part of this work, the team mapped out ...
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96 deaths from strokes in Aylesbury Vale in 2015
To help reduce that figure here and around the country, Public Health England have just launched their annual Act F.A.S.T campaign, which raises awareness of the symptoms of a stroke and what you should do if you suspect one. Act F.A.S.T. Face - has ...
- More than 4,000 people a night have been sleeping rough on England's streets, a 16% increase on last year. More affordable homes need to be built in Buckinghamshire, the county council leader said after figures showed a increase in people sleeping rough.
The number of people sleeping rough has increased across Aylesbury Vale, official stats show - Bucks HeraldBucks Herald
The number of people sleeping rough has increased across Aylesbury Vale, official stats show
More than 4,000 people a night have been sleeping rough on England's streets, a 16% increase on last year. More affordable homes need to be built in Buckinghamshire, the county council leader said after figures showed a increase in people sleeping ...
Aylesbury Vale District Council is 100% cloud, monetising services and considering AI
We speak to CEO Andrew Grant about why Aylesbury Vale has been able to transform so rapidly when much of local government struggles. Linkedin; Facebook; Twitter; Google; Flipboard; 1 Comments. Aylesbury We at diginomica/government have written ...
- A 53-year-old man has been sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment after being convicted of rape and other sexual offences.
- Following an investigation by Thames Valley Police, a man has been sentenced for drugs offences in Aylesbury.
- Pupils and staff at Booker Park special school, in Aylesbury, were delighted to take delivery of five adapted chairs for use by youngsters who have a variety of special needs. The chairs were donated by the Aylesbury Vale District Camping and Caravanning Club who raised more than 500 to purchase the equipment.
- The Novakovic family face further delays in finding accommodation after being offered what they say is unsuitable accommodation by Aylesbury Vale District Council. In 2013, Alex Novakovic was diagnosed with a brain tumour, and his parents Jasmine and father Rad issued a desperate plea to raise more than A 200,000 for lifesaving treatment in Boston.
- Following an unfortunate error in last week's Bucks Herald which referenced a 'two-tier bid', I'd like to offer some clarity on the unitary situation. On Thursday last week I met with Secretary of State Sajid Javid, alongside my fellow Bucks district council leaders, to discuss our bid to replace the current system with two new unitary councils to run all services; one in Aylesbury Vale and another in the south of the county.
- Naked female cleaners are being sought to clean houses for 45 an hour - on condition they do it in the nude. The requirements are laid out in a job ad from a naturist cleaning firm that wants people to clean houses of naturists up and down the country totally starkers.
Naked female cleaners wanted to clean houses in Aylesbury Vale totally nude for £45 an hour - Bucks HeraldBucks Herald
Naked female cleaners wanted to clean houses in Aylesbury Vale totally nude for £45 an hour
Naked female cleaners are being sought to clean houses for £45 an hour - on condition they do it in the nude. The requirements are laid out in a job ad from a naturist cleaning firm that wants people to clean houses of naturists up and down the country ...and more »
- Aylesbury Vale District Councillors have voted overwhelmingly in favour of submitting the district council's two unitary proposal to the Secretary of State for communities and local government, Sajid Javed. The proposal suggests that rather than a overarching council for the whole of Buckinghamshire, it will be split into a north/south two-tier system.
- Inspectors have graded Aylesbury Vale Academy inadequate in a report published today , however there is praise for the school's new 'highly-effective' principal Roger Burman. Following a visit to the school in November, a team from Ofsted rated the school as inadequate because they found: Inspectors added that the new principal Roger Burman, who took over in April 2016, has been 'highly-effective', that he understands the scale of the school's problems and that he has already tackled poor attend
- Mix 96
Aylesbury Vale Academy gets 'inadequate' rating
The report is fairly damning, saying the pupils don't make enough progress, pupils missed too much time, early years children make slower progress than they should as do the sixth formers. The full summary of inadequate points are below. The bad.
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- The possible construction of a marina on land at Ivinghoe Golf Driving Range has floated to the surface once again. Previous outline application for the Horton Road site were approved by Aylesbury Vale District Council in 2009 and 2010 (an additional 70 berths, while in 2013 Fenny Marina came up with an alternative 200-berth scheme which was also suppported.
- Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses after a burglary in Aylesbury.
- Talking to Conservative Home, Head of Aylesbury Vale and District Council Neil Blake shared his thoughts for the year ahead. "My new year certainly got off to a busy start with the announcement on Monday, 2nd January that Aylesbury is one of the three new areas to join the Government's existing Garden Town programme.
- A builder's last-ditch effort to build over 300 homes off the edge of Linslade has been defeated with a rejection by the Planning Inspectorate. Paul Newman Homes had appealed to the Inspectorate after Aylesbury Vale District Council refused their application build a new estate at Valley Farm in February last year.
- The construction work for Aylesbury Vale District Council's new development in the Exchange Street car park will commence next Monday, 9 January, with AVDC's chosen development partner for the scheme, Durkan Ltd. The new development will provide Aylesbury town centre with its first purpose-built mixed restaurant and residential development, reflecting how modern town centres are changing to meet a demand for more town centre homes and leisure dining. The development will take place at the top en
- Ministers have lent their support to 14 planned developments which will each deliver between 1,500 and 10,000 properties and establish new villages. The latest plans are in addition to seven garden towns and cities that have already been announced in Aylesbury, Taunton, Bicester, Didcot, Basingstoke, Ebbsfleet, and north Northamptonshire.
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15000 new homes built or approved in Aylesbury Vale over three years
14, 607 new homes have been built or given planning permission in the Aylesbury Vale over the last three years. That's according to stats from the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan, which aims to build under 27 000 new homes by 2033. In the influx of new ...
- A former consultant was sentenced to four years’ imprisonment for sexual offences yesterday (19/12) at Reading Crown Court.
Silverstone Heritage Experience set to become reality after £2 million Aylesbury Vale District Council loan facility ... - Bucks HeraldBucks Herald
Silverstone Heritage Experience set to become reality after £2 million Aylesbury Vale District Council loan facility ...
An exhilarating journey through motor racing past, present and future is set to become a reality after AVDC provide financial backing for the project. An exhilarating journey through motor racing past, present and future is set to become a reality ...
- Aylesbury Vale District Council secured a criminal prosecution on Monday following a breach of Housing regulations at a shared property in New Street, Aylesbury. Aylesbury Vale District Council secured a criminal prosecution on Monday following a breach of Housing regulations at a shared property in New Street, Aylesbury.
- The advice comes as the council is issuing a reminder that all Aylesbury Vale households will be affected by revised bin collection dates. Extra recycling can be collected if it is presented in a clear bag or cardboard box next to your recycling bin on collection day.
- In a show of Christmas spirit Aylesbury Vale District Council has backtracked on its policy to discipline any ben collector who accepts a festive tip. Yesterday we reported that Councillor Howard Mordue, cabinet member for finance, resources and compliance, said: "Although we appreciate that customers sometimes like to express their gratitude to our hard working teams, our policy only allows employees to accept low value modest items.
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- Charity fun at Aylesbury's Aqua Vale to raise cash for cancer and diabetes charities
Aqua Vale has hosted a month-long activity campaign during November to encourage people to raise money while keeping fit. The drive, which was in partnership with sister site The Swan Pool in Buckingham, raised £840 in total throughout the month to be ...
- Aylesbury Vale District Council launch council modernisation bid
Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe District Councils will submit a bid to the Government to have two unitary authorities replace the current district council system. Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe District Councils ...and more »
- Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe District Councils will submit a bid to the Government to have two unitary authorities replace the current district council system. Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe District Councils have announced that they will be submitting a joint proposal to the Department for Communities and Local Government for two unitary authorities, based on a north/south split of Buckinghamshire.
- Eddie Parsley, shop manager, was voted the UK winner in The People's Choice Awards, run in conjunction with the Community Ownership Awards, by the Plunkett Foundation. To top that, the North Marston Community Shop Association Ltd was crowned the best community owned co-operative in the South East.
Aylesbury Vale and District Council will be removing 1000 green bins to cut down on unnecessary waste - Bucks HeraldAylesbury Vale and District Council will be removing 1000 green bins to cut down on unnecessary waste
AVDC will be removing more than 1,000 additional green-lidded rubbish bins from properties in the Vale during the New Year. The council will be writing to affected residents before Christmas. Households across the Vale are only permitted one green ...and more »
Buckinghamshire's four district councils will submit a joint proposal for a new government model for south Bucks ... - Bucks Free PressBucks Free Press
Buckinghamshire's four district councils will submit a joint proposal for a new government model for south Bucks ...
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Wycombe, Chiltern, South Bucks and Aylesbury Vale District councils want two unitary authorities, based on a north/south divide of the county. A spokesman for the councils said the proposal was being made on the “firm belief” that the approach will ...
- Left to right: cllr Isobel Darby, leader of Chiltern District Council, cllr Katrina Wood, leader of Wycombe District Council, cllr Neil Blake, leader of Aylesbury Vale District Council and cllr Ralph Bagge, leader of South Bucks District Council Buckinghamshire's four district councils will submit a joint proposal for a new government model for south Bucks, they announced today. Wycombe, Chiltern, South Bucks and Aylesbury Vale District councils want two unitary authorities, based on a north/sou
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