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Plastic Free Approved Status awarded to Beaconsfield by Surfers Against Sewage

Plastic Free Beaconsfield Poster Beaconsfield is Awarded ‘Plastic Free Communities’ Status as it Takes Action on Single-Use Plastic. Beaconsfield has joined a network of communities across the UK who are leading the way to tackle throw away plastic at source. The town, the first in Buckinghamshire, has been awarded Plastic Free Community status by marine […]

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NEW MEDICAL CENTRE A STEP CLOSER

BEACONSFIELD TOWN COUNCIL   Town Clerk:      Alexa Collins Telephone:       (01494) 675173   Email:   clerk@beaconsfieldtowncouncil.gov.uk Web:     www.beaconsfieldtowncouncil.gov.uk Town Hall Penn Road Beaconsfield Buckinghamshire HP9 2PP 9 July 2019 PRESS RELEASE NEW MEDICAL CENTRE A STEP CLOSER Plans for a new medical centre in Beaconsfield moved forward today when Beaconsfield Town Council and Apollo Capital Projects Development […]

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Beaconsfield Community Bus launched by the Mayor The new Beaconsfield Community Bus is a community initiative. It was first suggested by residents in 2015, then developed by Beaconsfield Town Council, Alfriston School & the Beaconsfield Advisory Centre. Most importantly the volunteers have made this idea a reality and thanks go to the drivers Ann, Anne, […]

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Beaconsfield Community Bus Trial

New Community Bus off to a great start The new Beaconsfield Community Bus got off to a flying start in providing local transport for the community. There are bus stop signs around the town with the timetable, and residents are also able to Hail and Ride along the route. Travel is free for bus pass […]

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Beaconsfield Town Council Opposes Plans For Wilton Park

Beaconsfield Town Council has objected to the recent planning application made to SBDC by Inland Homes for Wilton Park. Councillors are very disappointed to see that the application breaches the stated objectives and spirit of SBDC’s Core Strategy and Planning Brief for the site. Members are especially keen to see the requirement for 40% affordable […]

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