Publications

 

The Council produces a wide range of published material, both printed and available digitally, from detailed reports to flyers, posters and leaflets.
To view a publication simply click on the bold blue title.
Publications

The Town Council aim to keep both parishioners and visitors to the town up to date with the latest information relating to local amenities, facilities, future projects and developments and much more.

Here you will find electronic versions of the key Town Council produced publications. If you would prefer to pick up a hard copy of any of these publications you can collect them from The Town Council Office, The White House (Hockliffe Street) or the Library (Lake Street).

About Town
The Town Council produces a newsletter ‘About Town’ which is released bi-monthly. The newsletter’s purpose is to keep residents and visitors informed of the latest Council initiatives and gives information relating to upcoming events, council meetings, proposed projects and much more. You can now sign up to receive an electronic copy by clicking the purple button on the left or if you would prefer to pick up a hard copy, the list below shows you some of the places you can pick it up from:

• The White House (Hockliffe Street)
• Tesco (Vimy Road)
• Morrisons (Lake Street)
• Aldi (Vimy Road)
• Leighton Buzzard Library (Lake Street)
• Leighton Buzzard Railway Station (Station Road)
• Astral Park (Johnstone Drive)

arrowLatest ‘About Town’ July/August Issue 
arrowPrevious editions of ‘About Town’

Big Plan
The Big plan was published in 2007 and again updated in 2011. The publication sets out the improvements the community of Leighton Buzzard and Linslade wanted to see over the next 20 years. The Big Plan features on points such as Children and young people, sports and leisure, social infrastructure, jobs and employment, town centre, sustainable transport and much more.

Town Guide
The Town Guide is created and published every two years by Local Authority Publishing and is supported by the Town Council. It provides an insight into the history, local amenities and services available in Leighton Buzzard and Linslade along with a detailed map of the Town.

Shopping Directory
The Town Council has worked in partnership with LB First and South Bedfordshire to create a directory of all the local shops and services available in Leighton Buzzard and Linslade.

What’s on Guide
The What’s on Guide is created by The Town Council annually, it provides a calendar of events taking place in Leighton Buzzard and Linslade organised by the Town Council and other community groups and organisations.

Tourism Leaflet
The Tourism Leaflet was created to provide visitors to the town a easy to use map when navigating to the various Tourism points of interest.

Information Booklet for Older People
The Information Booket for Older People was put together by the and Bassett Road Surgery Patient Participation Group and Volunteers. It provides information on services available to Older People in the Leighton-Linslade area.

Annual Report
The Annual Report is created every year and allows residents to see how we have managed our resources, including the precept we receive as a proportion of Council Tax paid by Leighton Buzzard and Linslade residents and the income generated by services such as the street market, hire of sports pitches, cemeteries and allotments.

2015-2016 Annual Report

2014-2015 Annual Report

2013-2014 Annual Report

The Three Year Plan
The Three Year Plan was originally published in April 2015 and outlined a number of objectives which the Town Council aims to achieve by 2018. In July 2016, a revised version was published to reflect progress made to date. The new version also incorporates a number of aspirations which originated in Big Plan II.

Green Spaces
The Green Spaces leaflet provides a fantastic insight into the green spaces which surround Leighton-Linslade, it includes parks, playgrounds and open spaces. The leaflet was produced by Leighton-Linslade P3 (people, projects and partnerships) group and supported by the Town Council.

Leighton-Linslade Town Council’s Publication Scheme