Page: Apr 30, 2021
Introducing your three candidates for the Stone & Waddesdon Ward
Liberal Democrat candidates standing in the Stone & Waddesdon ward for the Buckinghamshire Unitary Council election on May 6, 2021.
The Ward area includes the villages of Ashendon, Berryfields, Cuddington, Dinton, Ford, Fleet Marston, Nether Winchendon, Bishopstone, Stone, Upper Winchendon, Waddesdon, Westcott
Article: Apr 30, 2021By Malcolm Newing in also published on Newton Longville Parish Council website
The Newton Longville Parish Council webpage about the appeal and public meeting is now live on their website, www.newton-longville.com. The page includes the most recent map (as below but in PDF, so easier to navigate) and aerial picture they have had from FCC. The public meeting is on Tuesday 4th May from 5 to 7 pm - whilst not designed as a drop-in, there is no fundamental reason someone could not join at any time. Newton Longville Parish Council will be having a formal parish council meeting at 7 pm (or whenever the public meeting finishes if later) to make a decision on what stance NLPC is going to take on the appeals. If you are a member or supporter in the local area and you are affected by this development, we would suggest you attend the Public Meeting.
The planning application was refused by Milton Keynes Council. An appeal has been lodged and ten day public inquiry is due to start on 6th July. Any representations (comments) to Planning Inspector MUST be made by 6th May. This date is fixed and cannot be changed. Representations may be submitted online to the Planning Inspectorate. There is also an appeal against the refusal of a separate application for the "Construction and operation of a surface water attenuation lagoon", both will be considered at the same Public Inquiry.
Article: Apr 28, 2021By Mark Roberts, Liberal Democrat Unitary Candidate for Amersham & Chesham Bois
During my growing years in the 1970s, Shirley Williams was already one of the 'big beasts' of politics so when I started getting interested in politics she became a huge influence on me.
I started following political events during the 1970s: during the miners strike, joining the EEC, the '74 elections, the economic struggles of the Labour government, the winter of discontent, the election of Thatcher in 1979. And throughout that she was a constant voice of wisdom and sense.
Article: Apr 21, 2021By Paul Harding, Unitary Candidate for Chiltern Ridges and Asheridge Vale Candidate for Chesham Town Council
HS2 sometimes seems like an unstoppable juggernaut powering through our valleys and our communities. Controversy has followed the project since it was conceived, and even before it first broke ground, the initial justifications had shifted and were dissolving.
If those calculations were already in doubt back then, how much more so now? Part of the justification for HS2 was to do with Heathrow. HS2, it was argued, would negate the need for a third runway and all the extra air traffic that a third runway would imply. In addition, HS2 connecting to central London in Euston would mean that high-speed rail would run from Manchester to Paris (and beyond). Much of the revenues from HS2 passengers were projected to be from premium fare business travellers, travelling for face-to-face meetings. The project would be well regulated, ensuring that the environment would be respected through oversight from the Environment Agency (EA) and Natural England, as promised to Parliament through HS2's Environmental Statement. Risks and pressures on aquifers, local communities, and animal habitats would be dealt with responsibly under the law. Budgets would be controlled.
Article: Apr 19, 2021
Liberal Democrats believe that local people must be able to shape planning and house building in the best interests of their community and the environment.
The Conservative government's white paper on Planning for the Future is not good for Bucks. It risks developers building the wrong thing, in the wrong place, and with no local control.
Page: Apr 18, 2021
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Page: Apr 16, 2021
Introducing your three candidates for the Winslow Ward
Liberal Democrat candidates standing in the Winslow ward for the Buckinghamshire Unitary Council election on May 6, 2021.
The Winslow Ward includes the villages of Adstock, Beachampton, Granborough, Great Horwood, Little Horwood, Nash, Padbury, Thornton, Whaddon and of cours Winslow.
Cllr Llew Monger has represented the Winslow area as a town and district councillor for 12 years.
Llew, Trish and Roger all live in the ward and understand the needs of our town and villages
The Lib Dems are the only alternative to the Conservatives in our area. Labour and the Greens cannot win here.
Page: Apr 16, 2021
Introducing your three candidates for the Wing Ward
Liberal Democrat candidates standing in the Wing ward for the Buckinghamshire Unitary Council election on May 6, 2021.
The Wing Ward covers the villages of Wing, Wingrave, Watermead, Whitchurch, Aston Abbots, Cublington, Hardwick, Weedon and Creslow.
Page: Apr 16, 2021
Introducing your three candidates for the Ivinghoe Ward
Liberal Democrat candidates standing in the Ivinghoe ward for the Buckinghamshire Unitary Council election on May 6, 2021.
The Ivinghoe Ward includes the villages of Cheddington, Dagnell, Edlesborough, Northall, Ivinghoe, Ivinghoe Aston, Marsworth, Mentmore, Pitstone and Slapton.
Article: Apr 16, 2021
Across Buckinghamshire, the Liberal Democrats have a plan
- Homes and Planning for local people
- Protect our environment - reduce our carbon footprint
- Empowering Local People - Protecting Local democracy,
- Save Your Money - Stop Tory Waste
- Potholes and pavements
- Fund our schools and close the performance gap
- Reduce the health inequality