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Council condemns play area vandalism
Vandals have caused damage – that will cost thousands of pounds to repair – to a play area in Prebendal Farm, Aylesbury, before it has even opened.
Boost for trade as AVDC agrees to free parking before Christmas
AVDC’s cabinet last night announced (4 November) that parking will be free on Saturdays in its car parks in the run up to Christmas.
Council objects to West Linslade proposals
Plans by a developer to provide up to 1,000 new homes in West Linslade, but all within Aylesbury Vale’s boundaries, have not found favour with Aylesbury Vale District Council.
Aylesbury hosts major conference on economic growth
How to deliver high quality and sustainable housing in challenging economic circumstances? These were all themes of ‘success in a cold climate’, a major conference hosted at the Aylesbury Civic Centre on 30 October.
Civic Centre's closure delayed
Aylesbury Civic Centre will remain open until 30 June next year, it was confirmed at a meeting of the district council’s cabinet last night (4 November).
Design award winners announced
A stunning contemporary country house in Aylesbury Vale has won a top design award.
Free activities for youngsters
Young people in Aylesbury Vale are being given the chance to take part in free skateboarding and multi-media activities.
Taking action over empty homes
Aylesbury Vale District Council is supporting a national week of action to highlight the problems that empty homes can cause.
New play area launched
Pupils from Bearbrook School have been the first to put a new and exciting Aylesbury play area through its paces.
Hollywood comes to Aylesbury
Youngsters from Mandeville School in Aylesbury have played a starring role highlighting the dangers of anti-social behaviour on buses.
Winslow’s conservation area to grow
Aylesbury Vale District Council has agreed to extend Winslow’s conservation area to protect historically important buildings following a consultation with local residents in the town.
Cabinet to consider draft budget plans
Aylesbury Vale District Council has been busy preparing for its draft budget for the next financial year.
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