Aylesbury Vale is an exciting, dynamic and prosperous place to do business. Since the 1960s, when Aylesbury itself was primarily a market town, continued development around the area has attracted an increasing number of businesses. Aylesbury’s population has doubled within the last 20 years. The replacement of the old Cattle Market in the 1980s with office blocks reflects Aylesbury’s transformation into a large, commercially successful town. The Waterside Development will see much of the town centre redeveloped to make way for a new shopping centre, theatre and housing, which is excellent news for all businesses and residents of the town.
Working with a number of local partners, the Aylesbury Vale Chamber, which has been present in the area since the early 80s, plays a key role in promoting the area as an attractive place for business to thrive. The area has a well-balanced economy which plays home to over 7,000 businesses, predominantly small and medium enterprises as well as a number of corporate headquarters. Aylesbury Vale is proud to have one of the highest business start-up rates in the South East and with an award winning train service to London (Marylebone) Aylesbury is an attractive alternative to working in the City.
The Aylesbury Vale Chamber of Commerce continues to lobby for the issues that the rapid growth of the area has created, in order to make Aylesbury Vale a great place to live and to do business. Town centre and street parking, housing development and rail links are among the main issues affecting Aylesbury Vale businesses.
The Chamber’s activity in Aylesbury Vale means taking into account a sustainable growth plan so that housing development goes hand in hand with:
- attracting new businesses to the area
- and improved infrastructure and facilities
If you wish to contact anyone at the Aylesbury Vale Chamber of Commerce, please call 01753 870500 or email email@example.com
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