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Schools Parking Petition

by Mark Willis on 3 April, 2011

turnfurlong petition focus Your Bedgrove Liberal Democrats team are fightingto get the parking along Turnfurlong by Aylesbury Grammar School, the High School and the back of the Grange school made safer for everyone, to this end we are putting a petition together to present to the next full session of Buckinghamshire County Council to force […]

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Langdon Planning, the final outcome

by Mark Willis on 7 February, 2011

Residents of Langdon Ave will be all too aware of the controversy surrounding a planning application at no 65, there is now a finish to this saga and an extension/annex can now be built, but the large garage will not, this is an extremely good outcome, and would not have happened without the hard work […]

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Tring Road repair update

by Mark Willis on 16 October, 2010

  Residents living along the Tring road should by now have received a letter about the upcoming roadworks, starting on 25th October for 5 days you can read the letter from Transport For Buckinghamshire here, Transport for Buckinghamshire have decided to use 24 hour traffic lights, there is the potential for major travel delays as […]

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Daly Way – the saga continues

by Mark Willis on 10 October, 2010

Many local residents will remember that Thames Water applied for planning permission to build waste overflow facilities under the green at Daly Way over four years ago.   The local community resisted this strongly (the Conservatives supported it!) and we did our best to support them.  The proposal was refused planning permission and, eventually, due […]

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Tring Road Trouble

by Mark Willis on 26 September, 2010

Many residents will have noticed that the road surface between Oakfield Road and the Cemetery along the Tring Road is less than satisfactory, this sorry state of affairs has been caused by Buckinghamshire CC’s own contractors, and the particularly poor job they have made of repairs after the winter freeze. The good news is that […]

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Langdon Planning update 2

by Mark Willis on 25 September, 2010

Residents of Langdon Ave will be pleased to know that the appeal against the rejection of planning permission for the large garage has been rejected, you can read the inspectors decision here There may well be another application made in the future, but this decision by the inspector will at least mean that any future […]

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Langdon Planning update

by Mark Willis on 8 August, 2010

The original planning application for No65 Langdon Avenue caused some concern for residents. It was for a substantial extension and a garage for 8 cars.  It was refused by the Council’s officers, primarily because of the bulk of the garage. A revised application was submitted with the garage reduced to a four car one and […]

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Bedgrove Park recycling bins attacked.

by Mark Willis on 5 August, 2010

 As some residents will have noticed, this paper bank has been full for some considerable time.   Cllr Alan Sherwell contacted the Council to ensure that they were aware and was told that the problem arose because on 9 July someone set fire to the paper in the bank and the fire brigade was called […]

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The Duck latest

by Mark Willis on 4 August, 2010

We were first alerted to the demolition of The Duck by local residents concerned that their local pub was being pulled down.  We contacted the Council who sent officers on site to ensure that the work was legal.     As a result, we discovered that there was no legal barrier to the applicants demolishing the […]

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Langdon Planning latest

by Mark Willis on 25 February, 2010

The planning application for No65 Langdon Ave never even made it to committee, it was refused by the planning officers of the council, you can see the reasons for the rejection here Langdon planning decision .

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