Have your say on proposed parking improvements for parking in Old Beaconsfield
Residents will now be able to recycle a much wider range of materials in their new containers, which have been rolled out in recent weeks, meaning fewer trips to recycling centres.
Although the Buckinghamshire Councils remain opposed to HS2, they have tried to fairly and diligently review the information provided in the HS2 Phase One Environmental Statement (ES).
To support communities coming together to mark the centenary, South Bucks District Council is providing funding for each parish in South Bucks of up to £300.
Residents of South Bucks are being invited to have their say on the draft Development Brief Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for Wilton Park, Beaconsfield.
'You are amazing … thank you,’ nominate someone for a Chairman’s Community and Volunteering Award.
A fantastic four days of sporty fun sessions designed for young people with learning and physical disabilities will take place in South Bucks during the February school holidays.
Thames Valley Police have declared a major incident in respect of flooding in the Thames Valley and news reports show widespread flooding in Datchet, Wraysbury and other areas.
Big question that’s usually on the agenda for Valentine’s Day is whether to go out to that romantic restaurant or enjoy a quiet meal in.
Public consultation - 3 February to 16 March 2014
Mountain bike course starts Saturday 1st March 2014.
The Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile in South Bucks is taking place on Sunday 23rd March in Iver.
The Beacon Sports Centre in Beaconsfield is currently undergoing a comprehensive refurbishment programme
Talented young sports men and women across South Bucks are being invited to apply for funding from the GLL Sport Foundation.
Garden Waste Service – Order before 31st January to save £10!
Community groups and voluntary organisations are being invited to apply for funding from South Bucks District Council’s Subscriptions and Donations Grant Fund.
Homes across South Bucks will soon be receiving their wheelie bins in preparation for the new waste and recycling service.
PLANS to make a permanent state-funded secondary school at Pioneer House in Stoke Poges have been rejected
Don't let your real Christmas tree go to waste after the festive season, bring it to one of our Christmas tree recycling points instead!
Helping you to look after yourself this winter
Local building businesses and tradesmen could benefit soon from a Government-backed scheme, which is being supported by South Bucks District Council.
Opening times over Christmas and New Year
Refuse and recycling collection dates will change over the Christmas period.
The Council will do all it can to ensure as many properties as possible have their waste collected during inclement weather.
Free safety pack and advice at Revolutions in Beaconsfield
Each year the Bucks & MK Sport Awards highlight and recognise those individuals and organisations that have made an outstanding contribution to sport in our county.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Community donates £500 to local charity Padstones
Shoppers are getting an early Christmas present in South Bucks District this year as the Council announces a free parking initiative.
A much more flexible and user-friendly version of Public Access has arrived.
There's an early-bird discount available to residents who sign up before 31st January 2013.
Residents are invited to have their say on ward arrangements based on the decided council sizes.
Parliament is starting to consider if HS2 can go ahead.
Due to popular demand an additional waste and recycling roadshow will be held in Denham Green on Wednesday 4th December in St Marks Hall on Green Tiles Lane from 2pm to 5pm.
Each property will receive 240 litre bin. If you require a smaller one you need to order it before the 29th November.
Candidates standing for the Iver Village & Richings Park District By Election – 12 December 2013
Major improvements are being made to the way in which waste and recycling is collected in South Bucks.
At this time of year there are traditionally more burglaries as residents leave their homes looking unoccupied.
Young people aged 10 to 14yrs are being offered the chance to learn and develop new mountain bike skills.
A new and improved waste and recycling service will start in February 2014
All refuse and recycling collection crews were out on time today and are collecting from roads that are safe and accessible.
Residents can display posters in their front windows at Halloween if they do not want to be disturbed by trick or treaters.
New legal requirements affect scrap metal dealers.
If you want to quit smoking why not join the national 28 day challenge Stoptober - that's October but without the ciggies.
Make sure you are registered to vote
Get involved with nature and come along to the fantastic fungal foray.
A reminder to dog owners to clean up after their pets is being sprayed onto pavements in a bid to tackle dog fouling.
Burnham Youth Club has been given a new state of the art digital video camera
Low Cost Golf Lessons Offered in South Bucks
How many councillors should represent South Bucks District Council in the future?
A ‘Safe Places’ scheme in Gerrards Cross has been successfully launched after 9 local businesses signed up to the initiative.
Looking for a new football pitch? Check out the facilities at the Farnham Park Playing Fields.
If you’re aged between 14-25 years you can now visit the gym for only £2.50
Bike marking will be taking place at the Council offices in Denham on 9th September between 11.30am to 4pm.
Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens is hosting a Heritage Open Day on Saturday 7th September.
The closing date for nominations is 16th September.
Games in the Park is back for summer 2013 so come along and beat the boredom!
A summer of skateboarding and BMX fun is promised in Burnham and Beaconsfield
Collections will take place one day later than usual the week beginning Monday 26th August.
A ‘Gypsy and Traveller and Travelling Showpeople Accommodation Needs Assessment’ has been published
A week of multi-skills sessions for young people with learning and physical disabilities starts 12th August.
40 young people from the District, aged between 10 and 16 years old went to Oakwood Youth Challenge.
Families in South Bucks are invited to a day full of free sports challenges.
There has been an increase in theft of catalytic converters from vehicles.
The Secretary of State for the Department of Education has approved the use of Pioneer House in Stoke Poges to be used as a state-funded school.
The council is offering residents advice and support ahead of changes to benefits rules.
Young people in South Bucks are being advised to take part in the activities over the summer holidays in a bid to wipe out incidents of anti-social behaviour.
The new clubhouse takes shape as the walls start to go up.
'Neighbourhood Return' helps find lost people with memory problems and gets them home safely.
A new Sport England fund designed to support grassroots activity at a local level could be used in South Bucks.
Residents are warned not to pay to have their council band evaluated.
A former Iver resident has been convicted of benefit fraud.
Vehicle owners are reminded to remove all valuables from their vehicle.
How to prevent summertime burglary.
‘Bag it and bin it!’ is the message to dog owners who fail to clear up after their pets.
Have Your Say On Major Changes To Waste And Recycling Collections
New and exciting ‘Teen Netball’ sessions are coming to Iver.
Major consultation on how social housing is allocated.
New 'Sportivate' Courses in ladies football and mixed basketball
Your collection date will change over bank holidays
The National Garden Scheme Comes To Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens
A six week beginner’s Golf course for under 25s
Planning Committee will still be going a head
Six week Reactivate Course
Statement on Refusal of Pinewood Application
Don’t forget your refuse and recycling collection date will change over bank holiday periods.
The election took place on Thursday 2nd May
Seven young boxers from Burnham pass Preliminary Awards
Councillor Santokh Chhokar has been chosen as Chairman of South Bucks District Council.
Stoke Poges Memorial Gardens is hosting an open day.
If you want to start playing netball High Five netball could be just for you.
The Return to Netball sessions are so popular we’ve added an extra day!
Easter half term saw local youngsters taking part in a graffiti competition at Iver Heath Recreation Ground.
Consultations start from Friday 22nd February and the closing date for responses is 5 pm on Tuesday 23rd April.
Three days of fun filled multi-skills sessions
The Green Deal is a potential business opportunity for local trades people.
Do you feel like you need to get a spring in your step?
Recycling and collection dates
Games in the Park is back, and it’s bigger and better this Easter!
An additional meeting of the Planning Committee has been arranged for Tuesday 26 March
The Blueprint for HS2 is the mitigation plan for HS2 through Buckinghamshire.
An event for local employers to find out more about apprenticeships.
New heating grants are available to residents of Bucks. Conditions apply.
Residents are being urged to say no to callers claiming to work on behalf of, or in partnership with South Bucks District Council selling sustainable energy products.
Residents with disabilities living in South Bucks can benefit from discounted access to their local sports and leisure facilities.
Applications are open for talented young sports men and women who live or train in South Bucks to apply for funding for 2013
Free Event! Tuesday 19th February 11am - 3pm.
New beginners' course for under 25s
For most, Valentine’s Day is the most romantic date on the calendar, but unfortunately for some it will be just another day of abuse.
South Bucks District Council is part of an alliance of 18 local authorities who are working together to oppose HS2.
Waste collections are taking place today as normal but there may be some delays to the service.
This page is about disruption to refuse collection, closed buildings and other alterations to services due to the snow.
South Bucks District Council has won a lengthy battle against, Mr Jimmy Smith, the owner of Green Belt land situated opposite Wexham Park Hospital.
Do you want to get active for 2013 and take up a new sport? If so, why not sign up for the new six week beginner’s golf course?
Did watching the London 2012 Olympics inspire you to take up a new sport for 2013? If so, you might be interested in Nordic Walking.
Personnel Committee will not be taking place at the Council Offices this evening.
A benefit cheat from Beaconsfield has been brought before the courts after fraudulently claiming thousands of pounds worth of benefits.
New Reactivate Bucks courses for 2013
Residents are encouraged to recycle their Christmas trees.
Christmas and New Year opening hours.
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