DRAFT CHILTERN AND SOUTH BUCKS LOCAL PLAN 2036
FRIDAY 7 JUNE – FRIDAY 19 JULY 2019
Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils are holding a six-week public consultation and invite you to comment on the “soundness” of the local plan. All comments will be submitted along with the Plan to the Planning Inspector for consideration.
To have your say click here: SBDC Local Plan
Chiltern and South Bucks Drop- In Sessions
Please go along and find out how to submit your views to the Planning Inspector:
Monday 17 June, 9am - 9pm at King George V House, Amersham, HP6 5AW
Wednesday 19 June, 9am - 9pm at Capswood, Denham, UB9 4LH
2019 Jazz ON THE VILLAGE GREEN
Come along and enjoy our free music events this summer
¯ Sunday 21st July 2-5pm - Dixieland Swing Kings
Notice of Public Rights - Annual Governance and Accountability Return
Details can now be found in our Finance section
New TV series showcases fly tipping enforcement in Bucks
The exhaustive work carried out by County Council enforcement officers in the war against fly tippers in Buckinghamshire features in a brand new Channel 5 documentary series starting this week.
The six-part programme, 'Grime and Punishment' follows the hidden army of Council enforcement teams and inspectors up and down the country who work tirelessly to nail those who think nothing of blotting the country's towns and countryside with their mess and rubbish.
As one of a number of local authorities featured, Buckinghamshire was selected because of its zero-tolerance approach to fly tipping and continuing success in bringing perpetrators to justice.
Film crews followed the work of two enforcement officers, David Rounding and Matt Shutter as they hunted for clues and interviewed witnesses to help bring fly tippers to justice. On average, one fly tipper is successfully prosecuted in Buckinghamshire every week, one of the highest rates in the country
The first episode of Crime and Punishment starts at 8pm this Thursday, (June 13) on Channel 5. David and Matt's work in Buckinghamshire features in episode five, scheduled to air at 8pm on Thursday, July 11.