|Windsor Neighbourhood Plan adopted
Windsor’s Neighbourhood Plan, which includes objectives to preserve the historic nature of the town and protect green spaces, has been adopted by Full Council.
The plan, which was approved at a referendum in May, aims to manage the development…
|Oldfield Road works completed and new junction opens
Works on Oldfield Road roundabout in Maidenhead are complete, and the new junction is open. We would like to thank everyone for their forbearance while traffic control was in place.
The works to upgrade the roundabout to a traffic light-controlled…
|Deadline to enter Garden in Bloom competition extended
The deadline to enter this year’s Garden in Bloom competition has been extended.
Green fingered residents in the borough now have until Wednesday 14 July to submit their entries.
Any garden visible from a footpath or road is eligible and…
|Annex C Notice of Intent to Prepare an Enhanced Partnership Plan and Schemes
At its meeting on 24 June 2021, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead gave approval to proceed with the development of an Enhanced Partnership.
The commencement of this is confirmed through this notice of the intention to prepare an Enhanced…
|Town team to be established to oversee Maidenhead Vision Charter
A charter giving residents their say on how Maidenhead town centre will be improved over the next 15-20 years has been adopted by Cabinet.
The face of Maidenhead town centre is changing fast with several developments around the town, along with…
|Maintenance works are leading the way in sustainability
As part of the ongoing focus on sustainability, the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has teamed up with our highways service provider, VolkerHighways, to explore how new, environmentally friendly initiatives that can be employed around the…
|Consultation aims to create a more flexible and person-centred service for day opportunities
A consultation to identify ways to enhance the council’s valued day services for people with dementia, learning disabilities and additional complex needs has launched.
Day services, also known as day opportunities, include activities, services and…
|Mayor to support The Prince Philip Trust Fund during year of office
The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has announced he will be supporting The Prince Philip Trust Fund during his term of office.
Councillor John Story made the announcement today (Wednesday 10 June) on what would have been…
|Building control returns to the Royal Borough
Building control is returning as in-house service at the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
This service carries out building inspections and checks important features while building work or alterations are taking place in our residents’…
|More than 1,000 responses to library consultation
More than 1,000 responses were received to a consultation on how our libraries can meet the changing needs of our community.
The council asked for residents’ views on the positive changes and different delivery methods we’ve been able to experiment…
|Community wardens help to make the Royal Borough safe
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead’s team of community wardens are changing their focus so they can be more effective responding to those issues blighting residents and communities the most.
This change, which comes into force on 1 June…
|Oldfield Road improvement works: an apology
Works to upgrade Oldfield Road roundabout in Maidenhead to a traffic light-controlled junction are causing tailbacks and disruption, and for this the Royal Borough is issuing an apology.
The works are part of a larger programme to make…
|Have your say on proposals for a new Windsor Town Council
There is still time to have your say on proposals to create a new Windsor Town Council.
Residents and other interested parties have until Wednesday 2 June to respond to a consultation.
Under the plans the council would be made up of 21 elected…
|Find out how you can help this Foster Care Fortnight
Find out how you could help change young people’s lives this Foster Care Fortnight by attending a virtual information session.
They will be hosted by Achieving for Children (AfC), which provides children’s services for the Royal Borough of Windsor…
|Mayor and Deputy Mayor elected at Annual Council meeting
The Mayor and Deputy Mayor for the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead have been elected during a short virtual ceremony at the council’s annual meeting.
Councillor John Story has been re-elected Mayor and will continue in the role until May…
|New orders to tackle dog fouling, dog control and cycling in pedestrianised zones
Two new Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour in the borough are to be introduced.
The orders will help to tackle dog fouling and dog control as well as cycling on the highway.
Full Council agreed on…
|Youth Council offers young people more influence
Young people who want to make a difference in the borough are being encouraged to join a newly formed Youth Council.
Following a decision by Cabinet, The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead and Achieving for Children, which delivers children’…
|Mayor encourages residents to enter Garden in Bloom 2021 competition
Green fingered residents in the borough are being encouraged to enter this year’s Garden in Bloom competition.
Any garden visible from a footpath or road is eligible for entry and nominations can also be made by residents, passers-by or by…
|Cherry tree planted to commemorate friendship with Japan
A cherry tree has been planted in Alexandra Gardens in Windsor as part of a project to mark the UK’s friendship with Japan.
More than 50 Japanese cherry trees have been planted at sites across the borough including Sutherland Grange and Sawyer’s…
|Funding helps borough’s leisure centres reopen
A grant of £280,000 secured by the Royal Borough has been used to help reopen its leisure facilities.
The funding came from the Government’s and Sport England’s National Leisure Recovery Fund as leisure centres opened from Monday 29 March for…