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Archive October 2007

Residents across Aylesbury Vale who have not yet returned their electoral registration forms are being reminded to respond and not lose their chance to vote. Aylesbury Vale District Council has sent out reminders to all households who have not ye...

02/10/07

Aylesbury Vale District Council has been named as one of the best councils to work for in the country. The council was awarded 18th place in the prestigious ‘Best Councils to Work For’ list, published by The Times newspaper, which aim...

02/10/07

Local residents and interested stakeholders are being invited to share their views on proposals to build a new multi-million pound business park near to Aston Clinton. Thousands of new jobs could be created if the plans to develop a 22-hectare si...

04/10/07

Aylesbury Vale could take on thousands of new homes after a neighbouring council identified land around Newton Longville as a potential area for development. Milton Keynes Council is working on a new ‘core strategy’ planning document ...

08/10/07

Residents living in and around Silverstone will get the chance to add their views to a major planning document with ambitious plans that could improve and modernise the famous Silverstone motor racing circuit. The circuit sits at the heart of the...

08/10/07

Aylesbury Vale District Council is embarking on a major project to improve the way it manages its commercial property assets. The council is looking to team up with the private sector to secure major investment in its existing commercial property...

09/10/07

Aylesbury’s Ex-Services Club has received a major boost, following the completion of its new clubhouse in Walton Street. Councillor Netta Glover, Chairman of Aylesbury Vale District Council, will officially open the two storey-building on 1...

11/10/07

AVDC has announced a package of car parking incentives to help make Aylesbury town centre more attractive to shoppers and workers. The district council has decided that there will be no increase in car parking charges in the town from April 2008 ...

11/10/07

Over the next few weeks canvassers will call at the homes of Aylesbury Vale residents who have still not returned their electoral registration forms. Canvassers working on behalf of Aylesbury Vale District Council will be going door to door to co...

11/10/07

Residents in Aylesbury Vale are being invited to vote for their favourite tourist attraction in a “pride of place” poll. Those who take part in the online poll can choose from a list of 10 places selected by Aylesbury Vale District Co...

16/10/07

A range of activities will be taking place in the Gatehouse area of Aylesbury on 20 October to tackle crime and disorder issues and improve safety for the local community. The scheme is being led by the Aylesbury Vale Community Safety Partnership...

16/10/07

Work on the new public transport hub in Aylesbury town centre means the temporary closure of three council car parks from next Monday (22 October). Exchange Street will be closed for essential resurfacing works during the weekday evenings as phas...

19/10/07

The deadline is fast approaching to enter a competition to win an invitation to the official opening of Aylesbury’s new theatre. With work underway on the exciting new state-of-the-art theatre in Exchange Street, the hunt is on for a name f...

22/10/07

An enforcement operation to check that taxi and private hire drivers in Aylesbury are not working illegally and putting passengers at risk has been hailed a great success. Operation Safe Journey, a taxi safety initiative created by Aylesbury Vale...

24/10/07

Buckinghamshire councils are to benefit from £325,000 worth of government funding to help provide better, more cost-effective services for local council taxpayers. The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) is supporting a &...

24/10/07

A new owner is being sought for the magnificent Compton Organ in Aylesbury’s Civic Centre. Aylesbury Vale District Council, which owns and manages the Civic Centre, is currently advertising the sale of this historic organ in specialist...

24/10/07

A special clear-up and information day to improve the Gatehouse area of Aylesbury has been declared a great success. The clear-up on 20 October involved numerous agencies working together to improve the environment and appearance of local streets...

26/10/07

Young people who attend the Jonathan Page Playcentre in Aylesbury are set to benefit from a sleek new 15-seater minibus. The new minibus has been provided by Aylesbury Vale District Council and will be used to transport youngsters to the playcent...

29/10/07