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Archive January 2008

Refuse operatives working for councils in Aylesbury Vale and South Northamptonshire star in a new DVD aimed at improving standards in health and safety for waste services teams across the country. The health and safety training DVD, entitled &lsq...

07/01/08

Aylesbury Vale District Council is developing a framework to guide future housing growth at Aylesbury. The Aylesbury Southern Growth Arc masterplan, which is in its very early stages of development, outlines proposals for around 9,300 new homes, ...

10/01/08

Aylesbury Vale District Council has successfully prosecuted a private hire driver who was found to have collected a passenger without a prior booking. Mr Abid Shah, of 13 Havelock Street, Aylesbury, pleaded guilty at Aylesbury Magistrates’ ...

14/01/08

As part of its ongoing drive to improve the health and wellbeing of local residents, Aylesbury Vale District Council recently organised an anti-smoking poster competition for students at Aylesbury College. The aim of the competition was to raise ...

17/01/08

Residents in Aylesbury Vale are facing an average council tax rise of just nine pence per week for the wide range of services they receive from the district council. AVDC’s cabinet this week agreed to recommend a four per cent ris...

17/01/08

Aylesbury Vale District Council is considering proposals to vastly improve two of Buckinghamshire’s most popular leisure centres. A feasibility study has identified a number of potential improvements to the Aqua Vale Swimming and Fitness Ce...

17/01/08

Children and young people in Aylesbury Vale are set to benefit from a bumper lottery grant which is to be spent on improving play provision in the district. The Big Lottery Fund has awarded Aylesbury Vale District Council £304,000 over thre...

24/01/08