UKIP candidates have pledged to work hard for residents if they are elected.
The party says its members will consult the public on projects such as regeneration, and reduce pressure on housing by ending open door immigration.
It would also oppose the bedroom tax and provide incentives for the re-use of empty homes.
“Local people and veterans will be given priority for social housing,” said Bucks UKIP chairman Vince Peddle.
UKIP promises to provide children with the right to quality education and encourage vocational apprenticeships as well as protecting the NHS from health tourism.
and opposing cuts to front-line services.
UKIP vows to improve road maintenance, repair potholes, improve public transport and reinstate rural bus routes.
It would also reduce tax on small businesses and increase free parking to restore life to high streets, said Mr Peddle.
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