|Stafferton Way Household Waste and Recycling Site reopens
Stafferton Way Household Waste and Recycling Site will reopen on Monday 11 May following a temporary closure due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The site will be open from 8am – 8pm, Monday to Sunday, to give residents the chance to dispose of waste that…
|Waste and recycling collections move to alternate weekly collections during COVID19 outbreak
Waste and recycling collections in the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead will move to alternate weekly collections from Monday 6 April during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Serco, who provide waste and recycling services on behalf of the Royal…
|Free scam call blockers available to Royal Borough residents
A device that prevents scam and nuisance phone calls is available to Royal Borough residents, free of charge.
Scam blockers are installed by our trading standards team and provide an added layer of security, filtering out unwanted calls before your…
|Sad news of the death of one of our Community Wardens
Councillor Andrew Johnson, Leader of the Council, says: “It is with great sadness that I have to announce the death of one of our team as a result of COVID-19.
“Dave Lee was a valued member of the Community Warden team providing support and…
|Mayor's appeal for donations
The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on our local NHS services, with many NHS staff working tirelessly to look after us to keep us safe and well.
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust, which includes Wexham Park, Heatherwood and…
|Royal Borough respite service rated good by the CQC
A respite service which supports adults with learning difficulties in the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has been rated good by the CQC following an unannounced inspection in March 2020.
The inspection rated 9 Allenby road in Maidenhead…
|Thames Path link at Battlemead Common to open Saturday
A network of footpaths, including a link to the Thames Path, will open this Saturday 3 August at Battlemead Common.
The 110 acres of land between Cookham and Maidenhead were purchased last December for £1 million to safeguard the open green space…
|Have your say on car parking arrangements for Ockwells Park
Proposals for a new car park at Ockwells Park could reduce congestion around the popular park.
The proposals have been put forward to create new, additional car and cycling parking for Ockwells Park to increase capacity and reduce incidents of…
|Electricity to come exclusively from renewable sources
Electricity purchased by the council is to come only from renewable sources following a cabinet decision last month.
As part of the Council’s pledge to reach a carbon neutral position by 2050, all electricity bought will now be generated by…
|£12,000 in arts and sports bursaries to be awarded
Over 80 young people will benefit from an arts or sports bursary awarded by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
The bursaries will be awarded as part of Maidenhead at the Movies this Friday 16 August in Kidwells Park.
|A joint statement on behalf of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, British Cycling and Cycling UK: Velolife Cafe
Yesterday the council held very constructive talks with representatives from British Cycling and Cycling UK, who represent many cyclists and cycling clubs in the UK
The aim of the talks was to look for a pragmatic solution that gives clubs and…
|Permanent Hostile Vehicle Mitigation installation to begin in Windsor
The installation of phase one of Windsor’s permanent Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) measures will begin week commencing Monday 23 September.
The first two sites, Peascod Street and Sheet Street, will be completed by mid-November, with the…
|One year pilot will increase parking enforcement presence
A one year pilot scheme will increase parking enforcement presence in rural and out of town areas, along with providing additional capacity to target specific problem areas.
The increase will see NSL’s weekly contracted hours increased by 25% after…
|Community wardens gain CSAS accreditation
Royal Borough community wardens have been awarded Community Safety Accreditation Scheme (CSAS) accreditation, which will give them targeted police powers to better support our communities.
CSAS accreditation allows the wardens to deal with…
|New temporary car park opens in Queen Street
A new temporary short stay car park is set to open this Saturday 14 September in Maidenhead town centre.
40 new spaces, including five disabled bays, will be created on the site of The Landing development on Queen Street and remain until late 2020…
|Creating a new vision for Maidenhead town centre
Residents will be able to help shape a new vision for Maidenhead town centre as work begins on the project alongside newly appointed JTP Architects.
With several regeneration projects underway, and a number in the pipeline, it’s important that a…
|Small electricals and batteries to be recycled from the kerbside
Small electrical items and batteries will be collected from the kerbside as part of normal waste and recycling collections from Monday 30 September.
The new scheme, part of the Royal Borough’s contract with Serco, will mean that residents will be…
|New schemes that will make Royal Borough roads safer and improve flood defences secure funding
Local road safety schemes, footpath improvements and flood defences are all set to receive a cash boost following approval by cabinet.
Cabinet members approved plans to allocate funds to a number of highways and flood defence schemes following the…
|Serco to take over waste and recycling collections from Monday 30 September
Serco will be taking over the weekly waste and recycling collections in the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead from Monday 30 September.
Collection days will stay the same but there may be some changes to the times of collections. This means…
|Fit for Life offers free taster sessions to over 55s
Sports clubs, leisure centres and activity providers across the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead will be offering over 55s the chance to try activities for free between now and Sunday 6 October.
Part of the Fit for Life 55+ scheme, over…