Do you want to know more about the Chesham Bois Common & Woodlands Management Plan?  Then please come along to the Public Consultation event at 7.30pm on Wednesday 28th February in the Parish Centre, Glebe Way HP6 5ND where there will be a presentation of the plan.

A copy of the draft management plan and associated maps can be found on the ‘Common & Woodlands’ page of this website.

 

Highways England will be resurfacing the roundabout at the A404/M40 Handy Cross Interchange.  The interchange and some approach roads  will be closed fully over the following three weekends and diversions will be in place.  For more details click here

9pm Friday 16 to 6am Monday 19 February

9pm Friday 23  to 6am Monday 26 February

9pm Friday 2 to 6am Monday 5 March

Significant delays are expected during these weekend closure periods, and it is advised that you plan ahead of your journey to allow for extra time or avoid this route where possible.

Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

Bucks County Councillor Mark Shaw, Cabinet Member for Transportation, urges road users in Buckinghamshire to report potholes when they see them.

Transport for Buckinghamshire will investigate every pothole reported to them, and react on a risk based prioritisation process – put simply, that means the worst ones will be attended to first, as a matter of urgency.  We need members of the public to report them to us either using the online form, which only takes a few minutes, or by calling if it’s dangerous or an emergency.

You can report potholes, as well as any other road issue, using the Report It forms on the county council website. In an emergency, for instance a severe road defect, a flooded road, or a tree in the road, you can always call Transport for Buckinghamshire on 01296 382416 or 486630 (out of hours). The online reporting tool is at www.buckscc.gov.uk/services/transport-and-roads/report-a-problem/report-a-pothole/

 

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

The Chilterns Conservation Board have launched a survey on the Chilterns.  They want to hear from local organisations and members of the public about what they value about the Chilterns, what their concerns are and what the priorities should be for the future.  The survey will form part of their review of the Chilterns AONB Management Plan.  The link to the survey is here: www.surveymonkey.com/r/FutureOfTheChilterns.

Sunday, December 17th, 2017

Please see some photos of wintery scenes in the village.

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