Thames Water continue to replace mains water pipes in Quainton village which will lead to temporary traffic light controls and road closure.
Currently, Lower Street from Winwood Drive to junction of Station Road (traffic lights).
Station Road (road closure) – awaiting start date
Church Street (road closure) – Monday 9 October until Friday 1 December
Stage 7 of the 2017 Tour of Britain Cycle Race, from Hemel Hempstead to Cheltenham, took place on Saturday 9th September. Famous names from the world of road cycling took part including Caleb Ewan, Alexander Kristoff and Mark Cavendish.
The cyclists’ route took them through Whithurch, Oving, and Pitchcott (around 11:40am) along Blackgrove Road towards Waddesdon and Upper Winchendon before turning right at the crossroads at the top of Cannon’s Hill towards Ashendon, Wooton and Brill.
The period for the public right to inspect the parish council accounts for 2016/17 commenced 3rd July and ended on 11th August 2017. Click on Public Right to Inspect Accounts in the parish council section of website.
Land south of The Strand – A public enquiry was be held from 18 to 25 July 2017 when a Inspector appointed by the Secretary of State heard the appeal by PAG Ventures Ltd on the refusal by Aylesbury Vale District Council to grant planning permission to build 31 new houses at land south of The Strand in Quainton (east of Old Police House). The inspector’s decision is expected on or before 9 November.
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North End Nursery – Developer Laxton Properties arranged a public consultation event at Quainton Memorial Hall on 28 June to present the current indicative proposals for up to 31 new homes.
Major conservation project work has been completed at Holy Cross & St Mary’s Church to conserve 2 nationally known 17/18th century monuments to the Dormer family who lived in Quainton.
High Speed Two held a public event at Quainton Memorial Hall on Saturday 25th March 2017.
The session focussed on land and property compensation schemes and Home Owner Payments.
Additional information was also available on some of the works likely to be starting this year, and the continued programme of environmental and ground investigations.
Residents who live up to 1km either side of the line received an invitation to attend direct from HS2.