There are three annual Town Council meetings; the Annual Town Meeting, the Annual Statutory Meeting and the Precept.
Annual Town Meeting
The Annual Town Meeting happens once a year, usually on the evening of the second or third Wednesday of March. In 2021 the meeting date is Wednesday 26th May. This year due to the Coronavirus pandemic and government restrictions the meeting will be held via zoom.
If you wish to attend the Zoom meeting, then please email email@example.com for the details. The event will be live streamed via YouTube and recorded on our website.
This is not a meeting of Buckingham Town Council and is therefore not used to address standard Council business. This is a public meeting, open to all members of the public, with the purpose of giving residents the opportunity to raise questions, which the Mayor, Councillors, Town Council Officers and invited guests will aim to address.
Our Annual Town Meetings are an opportunity for the Town Council and our partners to gain a wide view of residents’ views on issues facing the town as well as to work together to respond effectively. If you would like to submit a question to our Town Councilors then please email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to:
The Town Clerk
Annual Statutory Meeting
The Annual Statutory Meeting in May is the first meeting of the municipal year. The elections of the Mayor and Deputy Mayor take place at this meeting.
The Precept meeting is the meeting which determines the tax that Buckingham Town Council will request via Aylesbury Vale District Council to be collected from the eligible households in the Buckingham Town Council catchment area.
To access all past committee agendas, reports and minutes, including this year, please click here.