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Image of New homes at Weedon Hill - Click here to view this item

People throughout Aylesbury have already taken the opportunity to find out how they can help shape the town’s future – and there’s still time for even more people to get involved.


Image of An average Band D property will pay £128.57 per year for council services - Click here to view this item

A council tax rise below inflation is being put forward by Aylesbury Vale District Council in its draft budget proposals for next year.


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Aylesbury Vale District Council is urging residents to do the right thing in disposing of their garden clippings.


Image of AVDC will implement the government’s 2.5 per cent reduction in VAT across its services. - Click here to view this item

Aylesbury Vale District Council will share the benefits of the government’s VAT cut with businesses, residents and customers.


Image of The true fox-sedge plant - Click here to view this item

A nationally rare plant is being reintroduced on the Upper River Ray on the Bucks/Oxon border in a project which aims to halt its disappearance.


Parents who book places for their children on Aylesbury Vale District Council’s Christmas holiday playscheme will receive a fantastic 25 per cent off the price.


Image of Grants of up to £3,000 are available for new businesses and up to £5,000 for existing businesses. - Click here to view this item

Small businesses in Aylesbury Vale are reaping the benefits of a grant scheme run by the district council.


State-of-the-art play facilities have been officially opened at Aylesbury’s Dunsham Park.


A pioneering project aimed at improving sporting opportunities for young people in Aylesbury Vale has won a prestigious award.


Image of The funding will help prepare Aylesbury Vale to meet future housing demand - Click here to view this item

Aylesbury Vale is to receive more than £9 million of government funding to support the creation of new homes, jobs and other facilities in the Vale over the next two years.


Image of Beat the credit crunch with help from AVDC - Click here to view this item

Aylesbury Vale District Council is reminding local residents and businesses that help and assistance is available to those who are struggling to cope in the current economic downturn.


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Residents living in Aylesbury Vale are being encouraged to make use of a scheme to fit extra security measures around their home to help them keep safe this winter.


Image of Mr Skedge joined AVDC in 1978 - Click here to view this item

After 30 years of service to Aylesbury Vale, one of the district council’s directors is to retire this week.