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AVDC submits Core Strategy documents to government
Aylesbury Vale District Council's plans for thousands more houses, jobs and other growth in Aylesbury Vale have moved a step closer.
Council voices concerns over Milton Keynes expansion plans
Aylesbury Vale District Council has expressed concerns over the expansion of Milton Keynes and potential boundary changes.
Businesses benefit from council grants
More and more businesses are being given a helping hand with grants from Aylesbury Vale District Council.
Parishing arrangements under review
A two month consultation is taking place to find out residents’ opinions about future parishing arrangements in Aylesbury Vale.
Iconic bridge and boulevard win top award for design
The new Bourg Walk Bridge and Station Boulevard in Aylesbury have won a prestigious award for design excellence.
Have your say about Aylesbury Vale's parks and open spaces
Aylesbury Vale’s parks and open spaces are set to benefit from further enhancements thanks to a long-term strategy developed by AVDC.
Council opinion survey gets underway
A major survey aimed at gathering Aylesbury Vale residents’ views on what they think of their local area is now underway.
Youngsters’ chance to learn ace sport
Tennis classes start for children at the Aylesbury Vale Academy in Quarrendon on 20 November.
Thomley Activity Centre children benefit from 200th grant award
The Aylesbury Vale Community Chest has reached another major milestone – the award of its 200th grant.
Cash help for village businesses
Aylesbury Vale District Council is hoping to boost the number of rural businesses taking advantage of grants available to help protect the future of everyday services.
Council continues play area improvements
Aylesbury Vale District Council is continuing its work to improve opportunities for children and young people to access good quality and safe play spaces within their own communities.
Spinal injury patients get creative
Patients at Buckinghamshire Hospital’s National Spinal Injuries Centre have been invited to take part in an innovative art project.
George and Dragon fight off the competition
Regulars at a Quainton pub are toasting their landlord’s success after their local was voted the best village pub in Aylesbury Vale.
Police warning over council tax refund scam
Residents are being urged to be on their guard against bogus officials offering to give council refunds, relating to council tax.
Iwan Thomas MBE comes to Bucks to award local sport superstars
Individuals and groups, who have made an outstanding sporting contribution locally, will come together for a celebratory evening at Horwood House in Buckinghamshire on Friday 27 November.
Plans to ease town centre parking problems
Workers, shoppers and visitors to Buckingham are set to benefit from a greater choice of places to park their cars according to new proposals from Aylesbury Vale District Council.
Council shows support for small businesses
Aylesbury Vale District Council will be making sure that small businesses have their voices heard as part of the council’s decision making process.
Sorting out a sticky problem
A pilot scheme aimed at combating the sticky issue of chewing gum litter in Aylesbury Vale is proving successful.
Make a wish and donate to the Chairman’s charities
Your change can go a long way in supporting two local charities as the Chairman of Aylesbury Vale District Council launches her Wishing Well Appeal.
Christmas shopping help for older people
Christmas shopping is ‘in the bag’ for older people in Aylesbury Vale thanks to a helping hand from local agencies.
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