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Added Sep 16th 2020

Quietway trial between Gerrards Cross and Chalfont St Peter to end early

The Council has confirmed today that it will be ending the 'quietway' trial between Gerrards Cross and Chalfont St Peter, having listened carefully to the views of local people.

Part of the Government's national effort to make travel safer during the pandemic and to encourage more cycling and walking, the scheme, the first to be trialled in Buckinghamshire, had been in place since early August.

The Council had always welcomed feedback on the trial however, while there was a growing level of local support, a clear majority objected to the scheme and the difficulties it was presenting locally.

Buckinghamshire Council Cabinet Member for Transport, Nick Naylor said this was democracy in action. "The success of these active travel schemes depends on the benefits they bring to local communities. If they don't work, they will be removed - it's as simple as that.

"In this case, local people have spoken and we have listened and acted," Nick added.

Given the time pressures set by Government and the urgency to react to the on-going pandemic, conventional consultation with local people simply wasn't an option.

Nick continued, "By trialling the scheme over three months and seeing how the temporary measures worked did give local people the chance to see how things worked in real life. It clearly wasn't for them, so we're ending the trial early.

"We do remain committed to working with local communities to develop and install measures which support walking and cycling for local trips in line with our climate change, air quality and public health policies."

Added Sep 2nd 2020


Between Wednesday 26th August 2020 at 7 pm and Thursday 27th August 2020 at 7 am a burglary occurred at Eleanor Road, Chalfont St Peter. The offenders gained access to the house by forcing open a lower panel to the back door and then stole a Seat Leon in Grey parked on the driveway. Ref 43200267952

Between Wednesday 26th August 2020 at 7 pm and Thursday 27th August 2020 at 7 am two burglaries have occurred at Eleanor Road, Chalfont St Peter.  Unknown offenders have gained entry by forcing open the front doors and stolen items.

If you saw or heard anything suspicious in the area of Eleanor Road please contact Amersham Priority Crime Team via the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number, 101 and quote crime reference 43200268182 & 4300268171.

If you don’t want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at
Alternatively you can report this online at quoting reference numbers 43200268182 & 43200268171 & 43200267952

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