View the regeneration plans for our towns and places

Opportunities in our other towns

Using the principles explained in the Buckinghamshire Regeneration Framework as guidance, we have an over-arching plan for regeneration.

Using a consistent approach and a collective understanding of themes and aims will enable small or large market towns to reimagine their place while supporting Buckinghamshire as a whole county to become ‘more than the sum of its parts’.

However, regeneration in Buckinghamshire will vary from place to place (because each place is unique) and we will not fully standardise our plans.

View the opportunities and features of our other towns below:


Amersham offers both a pastime and modern feel to its high streets with both a new and old town.

It is also uniquely connected to the Metropolitan railway, whilst also being immediately next to River Misbourne and Chesham Bois Wood.


Beaconsfield is a charming town with a well-kept and gracious main street with a varied range of shops and pubs, whilst also being highly accessible from both London and Birmingham via the M25 and the Chiltern Railway line.


A former medieval market town, Buckingham is now a charming town with an abundance of green spaces.

Buckingham is home to the University of Buckingham and is neighbouring many attractions such as Stowe Landscape Gardens and Silverstone Racetrack.


Haddenham is a large village that is considered highly sustainable due to its good transport links to Aylesbury, Oxfordshire and London.

Haddenham also has a range of shops, public houses and other services, including a range of employment opportunities at Haddenham Business Park.


A historic market town on the River Thames, Marlow’s town centre is made up of historic streets with small-listed buildings and a rich mix of high-quality shops, restaurants, wine bars and pubs that all add to its charm as a destination and support its thriving High Street to ensure good levels of footfall and low vacancy rates.

The town benefits from plenty of events through the year, including the Marlow Town Regatta and the annual ‘Swan Upping’ which attract visitors to the town.

Princes Risborough

A small market town built on the spring line at the foot of the Chiltern Hills. The town is within the setting of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the boundary of which hugs the town on the southern and eastern side.

The majority of businesses in Princes Risborough are very small. The main employment areas are the Princes Estate and on Longwick Road, with the former showing most potential for business expansion.

New floor space is likely to cater for local companies requiring smaller, but high quality, premises that are not dependent on direct motorway access.


A historic market town which has managed to retain its original layout created in the 13th century with its beautiful half-timbered buildings along its High Street.

It has a mix of pubs and restaurants with interesting independent shops and antique centre. The A412 links Winslow to Buckingham and Aylesbury, and as part of future East West Rail ambitions, the town will be served by the new railway line with a new station under construction just outside the town.

Contact the Regeneration Team