Buckinghamshire is a county in the south-east of England, bordering Greater London and Berkshire to the south, Oxfordshire to the west, Northamptonshire to the north, Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes to the north-east and Herefordshire to the east. Buckinghamshire consists of 12 key towns: Amersham (New and Old Town); Aylesbury, Beaconsfield (old and new town), Buckingham, Chesham, Gerrards Cross, Great Missenden, High Wycombe, Marlow, Princes Risborough, Wendover, Winslow. There is a great deal of greenspace, as well as many museums, theatres and libraries and leisure centres.
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) publish national statistics on UK local authority and regional carbon dioxide emissions, including per Capita Emissions in tonnes. This data reflects ‘territorial emissions’ (emissions which are generated in the UK), which is the basis for how the UK reports on emissions internationally. BEIS data also provides sectoral breakdown such as whether the emissions are based on transport or industry.
Broadband provides access to internet services such as videoconferencing for work, tele-healthcare, access to job or property advertisements, and e-commerce. It is fast becoming an essential utility alongside water, gas and electric in UK homes. From March 2018, the Government set a legal minimum service obligation (LSO) of 10 megabytes per second (Mbps). Ofcom research shows that 10 Mbps is the minimum speed currently needed to meet an average household’s digital needs. It should be fast enough for multiple people in a household to be online at once.
Air quality can be assessed by the concentration of various pollutants in the air. The air quality indicator is compiled from four key air pollutants: Nitrogen dioxide, Benzene, Sulphur dioxide, and Particulates.
Map of Buckinghamshire
A boundary map is a map created for the purpose of outlining a boundary for an area and the areas next to it.