Your new Buckinghamshire Council is here
From 1 April 2020, the five district and county councils serving Buckinghamshire’s residents have been replaced by the new Buckinghamshire Council.
For all the latest news, updates and information from Buckinghamshire Council, please visit: buckinghamshire.gov.uk
At the Shadow Executive meeting held on 8th October 2019, a decision was taken to progress proposals to create a network of local contact points (to be known as Council Access Points or CAPs) across Buckinghamshire. These CAPs will be embedded in community locations across the county and will enable local people to get face-to-face support with queries about council services.
Five ‘access plus’ centres, located in the current council offices in the county’s main towns, will offer extra services from Monday to Friday for residents who have more complex enquiries.
Other council access points will operate from existing buildings, such as libraries, spread across the county stretching from Buckingham in the north to Burnham in the south. The locations of these will be confirmed shortly and promoted as part of the launch preparations for Buckinghamshire Council which will go live in April 2020.
Further information about CAPs will be shared with you soon and you can check out the news release here.
You can also watch the webcast from the Shadow Executive meeting and find the papers relating to Council Access Points at the links below: