|More than 20 street parties celebrating His Majesty The King’s Coronation
More than 20 street parties celebrating His Majesty The King’s Coronation are set to take place in the Royal Borough over the extended Bank Holiday weekend in May – and the council is now keen to hear about other ways communities are celebrating.…
|Maidenhead’s regeneration continues apace as construction begins on 434 new homes
Countryside Partnerships and the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead have marked the start of construction at their £150m and 434-home St Cloud Way regeneration scheme in Maidenhead town centre, with a ground-breaking ceremony on 16 March 2023…
|Get involved in the new Town Team and help shape how Maidenhead town centre will be improved
People are being invited to help shape the future of Maidenhead town centre by getting involved in the new Town Team.
The Royal Borough has launched a six-week sign-up period today inviting expressions of interest to join the team, which will be…
|Interim changes helping to steer bus companies on a smoother post-Covid journey to be continued for a year
Interim changes made last autumn to subsidised bus services in the borough, designed to support operators on a smoother post-Covid journey, will continue for an additional 12 months.
The changes to certain sections of some routes, to the timetables…
|Mayor’s Address to The King at Buckingham Palace
The Mayor of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has addressed His Majesty, King Charles III, on behalf of residents, and presented a scroll to celebrate his accession to the throne.
The Mayor, Cllr Christine Bateson, led a small civic…
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|Share your thoughts to help shape activities at Windsor & Royal Borough Museum
The Windsor & Royal Borough Museum is inviting the community to share their views to help with planning future exhibitions, talks and other museum activities designed to connect residents and visitors with the borough’s rich heritage.
|Check you have suitable ID to vote in the Local Elections this May
The Royal Borough is urging residents to ensure they’re ready to vote in the Local Elections by checking if they have an accepted form of photo ID – and applying now for a free voter ID document if they do not.
On Thursday 4 May, all-out elections…
|Free numeracy programme to improve lives
Residents could improve their numeracy skills and gain confidence to tackle everyday budgeting or get a new job, with a new free maths programme launched in the Royal Borough this week.
The sessions have been created by the Royal Borough of Windsor…
|First phase of works to improve visitor experience and pedestrian safety in Castle Hill, Windsor to start
The first phase of work designed to improve the overall experience and safety of residents and visitors in Windsor town centre will get underway next week.
The public realm improvements in Castle Hill and St Alban’s Street will see Castle Hill…
|Communities invited to help guide priorities for four extra police officers dedicated to Royal Borough
The Royal Borough and Thames Valley Police are inviting communities to help shape the priorities for four extra police officers who will be dedicated to tackling crime and anti-social behaviour in the Royal Borough.
The council is investing in four…
|Royal Borough triumphs in bid to get new school for children with complex special educational needs
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has been successful in its bid to the Government to have a new school for children with special educational needs built in the area, further improving local provision for children with complex needs.…
|Community thanked for input as exciting Vision for Windsor is agreed by Cabinet
The Royal Borough’s Cabinet has agreed a vibrant vision for how the community would like Windsor town centre to evolve over the next 20-plus years, shaped through a major programme of engagement with the community itself.
Last year, the council…
|Plan to deliver electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the borough approved by Cabinet
A plan outlining how the Royal Borough will bring forward hundreds more charging points for electric vehicles, helping to support the move to greener travel, has been approved by Cabinet.
The Electric Vehicle Chargepoint Implementation Plan…
|Heart charity to benefit from Mayor’s charity spring dinner
Tickets are now available to attend a prestigious Charity Spring Dinner hosted by the Royal Borough’s Mayor.
The prestigious and beautiful surroundings of the Grade 1 listed Windsor Guildhall will be the venue for the black-tie dinner in aid of the…
|Full Council approves Royal Borough’s budget and council tax
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead’s budget for 2023/24 has been approved at Full Council, setting council tax and the council’s investment priorities for the next financial year.
All local authorities are legally obliged to produce a…
|First opportunity for residents to help shape the Royal Borough’s new Local Transport Plan
Residents are being invited to help shape the Royal Borough’s new Local Transport Plan by giving their views on its proposed key themes, helping to develop the plan’s overall vision.
The plan will be a long-term strategy covering all forms of…
|Give us your views on plan to upgrade A308 junction to improve safety for road users
Residents are invited to have their say on a proposal to upgrade a mini roundabout on the A308 near Bray to a new signal-controlled junction, improving road safety for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
The scheme at the A308’s junction with…
|Royal Borough reminds residents about registering to vote for Local Elections
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is reminding voters who are not currently on the electoral register to sign up now if they wish to take part in the Local Elections on Thursday 4 May.
The borough operates by a system of whole council…
|Local ballot opens to hand out Coronation Concert tickets reserved for Royal Borough residents
Up to 500 pairs of free tickets reserved for Royal Borough residents to attend the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle are up for grabs – and people can now enter a special ballot to stand a chance of going.
The council has secured this reserved…
|Full Council to consider extra police officers for Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead
Four extra police officers, dedicated to tackling crime and anti-social behaviour in the Royal Borough, are proposed to be recruited to support community safety and enhanced local partnership working between the council and police.
The proposed £…