Independent Potton councillor Adam Zerny has accused Central Bedfordshire Council of “very quietly” dropping a major building pledge as an inspector looks over its Local Plan.
Arlesey Town Council is to object to a plan to change a house in Lynton Avenue into a ground-floor funeral parlour.
A debt of £3 million has been run up by a firm managing Central Bedfordshire’s legal affairs.
Fairfield Park Lower School has beaten more than 1,600 others from across the country to win the Big Pedal competition – designed to encourage more pupils to cycle or scoot in each morning.
Planning permission has been granted for 950 new homes on the eastern edge of Arlesey, in a development that will also bring a new link road between the High Street and the A507.
Hundreds of people turned out last night to celebrate the inspiring volunteering work of community heroes across Central Bedfordshire.
Central Bedfordshire Council is asking residents for feedback about proposed changes to local councils.
Work has officially begun on the latest property development in Potton.
Work has officially begun on a new £4.3m highways depot in Sandy, after ground was broken at a ceremony on Friday.
Central Bedfordshire Council has hit back at criticism from a councillor over its newly-approved Local Plan.
The future of Central Bedfordshire is beginning to take shape after the district’s Local Plan was approved at a full council meeting last night.
Hertfordshire primary school places have been allocated today – with 86 per cent offered their first choice.
Seven shops and businesses across Biggleswade, Sandy, Potton and Shefford will be a part of Central Bedfordshire Council’s revamp scheme.
A Sandy school that was deemed ‘inadequate’ by inspectors could be on the verge of closure.
Parents in Stevenage and Fairfield have been asked to collect their children after a ‘bomb threat’ email was sent to a number of schools in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
An innovative bike safety project in Central Bedfordshire is one of three to have won £100,000 of government funding.
Biggleswade Town Council is to grant £4,000 to help protect and promote the Biggleswade Green Wheel over the next two years.
A defibrillator bought to serve the community of Biggleswade still isn’t in action, seven months after Central Beds Council was asked to give the go-ahead.
The final mosaics in a heritage trail linking Sandy, Potton and Biggleswade have been put in place this week.