The following update has been provided by the Environment Agency, following the Community Briefing in November. Having the Environment Agency holding this open session in Buckingham was extremely useful, as it enabled residents to ask them questions directly and to learn more about the future of the River Great Ouse.
Click here to read the full update from the Environment Agency
The River Warden Scheme is also due to begin soon:
Click here to read the River Warden leaflet from the Environment Agency.
If you are interested in becoming a River Warden, or have any questions, please get in touch with Karen Paterson: email@example.com The Environment Agency plans to be in touch early in the New Year with further information on the scheme.
Are you looking for somewhere to go for a walk, or want to find your nearest children’s playground? You can use our new online map to find one of these, or one of our town’s many green spaces, such as The Railway Walk or Maids Moreton Avenue. You might also find one of Buckingham’s hidden gems in the process.
⇒ Digital Map
Chaired by Councillor Margaret Gateley
|The Town Council’s Environment Committee is authorised by the Full Council to take responsibility for the protection and improvement of the town. We make recommendations to the Full Council regarding any land or property purchases or sales, seeking professional advice where appropriate.
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We keep an eye on work required to footpaths, pavements, cycle-ways, roads,
waterways, horticultural and arboriculture works, street furniture (seats, planters and waste bins), play areas, and play equipment.
However, not all of this falls within the Town Council remit, so we liaise closely with our District and County Council partners on the maintenance of those items for which they have specific responsibility.
Much of our ‘estate’ comprises Chandos and Bourton Parks, the Railway Walk and other open spaces. Apart from ensuring that these areas are properly maintained, we work closely with the Conservation Volunteers and various ‘friends’ groups to maintain and improve these valuable resources and protect the indigenous wild life.
⇒ Terms of Reference for Environment Committee
Upcoming Environment Committee Meetings
- 22nd October 2018 Agenda
- 10th December 2018 Agenda
To access all past committee agendas, reports and minutes, including this year, please click here.
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