Buckinghamshire faces ticking clock to get unitary over the line

By Martin Ford | 15 January 2019

Buckinghamshire’s planned unitary council faces a tight schedule to get up and running as it faces continuing opposition from the districts.

Without the support of the four district councils – Aylesbury Vale, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe – the necessary order to create the unitary must pass through Parliament before the end of March.

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