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This image shows a flood warning sign. Thanks for your support. The clean-up begins. Communities, parishes and emergency services thanked for ongoing work and support as recovery starts in Royal Borough
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is thanking communities, parish councils, flood wardens and emergency services for their ongoing work and support during the response to this week’s floods, as the clean-up and recovery phase begins.…
The proposed cycle parking facility for Windsor New secure cycle parking hub in Windsor
Planning permission has been granted for a new secure cycle parking hub which will be built next to Windsor Leisure Centre and is due to open in spring next year.

The new hub, which is being funded by Active Travel England, will give people who…
Councillor Joshua Reynolds, Cabinet member for communities, and Councillor Simon Werner, the Council Leader. Remember to recycle right this festive period
‘tis the season for recycling. Over the festive period we all have extra packaging and food waste that’s “rockin’ around”. The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is reminding residents to continue recycling as much as possible over Christmas…
How we  apply to vote by post and proxy in England is changing. National changes to voting by post and by proxy
If you know that you won’t be able to get to the polling station on election day, you can vote by post or ask someone you trust to cast your vote for you, which is called a proxy vote. As we look ahead to the next scheduled election, which is for…
This image shows a Christmas tree. Ascot High Street Christmas lights Businesses thanked for generous support as Christmas lights shine in Ascot High Street
Christmas lights have gone up in Ascot High Street – thanks to a generous donation from business Sixpenny Group and support from lighting contractor EML.

Since the 2022/23 financial year, Christmas lights in parishes is funded either through parish…
Representatives from the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead and Optalis, the Royal Borough’s adult social care partner who came together to mark their rankings as part of the annual Adult Social Care Outcome Framework. Royal Borough ranks top nationally for quality of life among adults receiving social care
Residents supported by adult social care in the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead have high satisfaction levels with the support they receive – and the area is also ranked top nationally for quality of life related to social care. 

This…
This graphic shows an outline of the borough. Budget consultation 2024/25 Share your views on Royal Borough’s proposed 2024/25 budget
Residents, community groups and businesses are invited to take part in a public consultation on the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead’s draft budget proposals, which runs from today (Friday 15 December) until Monday 22 January 2024.

The…
This image shows a woman standing beside a tall building. Adopted: Tall buildings planning document. Planning document to give greater control over future tall buildings proposed in Royal Borough
The Royal Borough’s Cabinet has agreed a planning document giving greater control over the number, location, height and design of any future tall buildings in the area – helping the council resist inappropriate plans that don’t meet high standards…
This image shows the Windsor footbridge. Windsor Coach Park footbridge works. Final phase of Windsor footbridge refurbishment will start on 2 January
Works to complete the extensive refurbishment of a footbridge in Windsor, which aims to enhance the sense of welcome into the town centre, will start on Tuesday 2 January, 2024.

The investment in this important gateway into Windsor, which connects…
Pictured at the existing community orchard in Ockwells Park is the Leader of the Council and Cabinet Member for Community Partnerships, Public Protection and Maidenhead, Councillor Simon Werner, and Cabinet Member for Climate Change, Biodiversity and Windsor Town Council, Councillor Karen Davies. Grant funding available to create community orchards in the Royal Borough
Community groups, schools, landowners and residents are invited to apply for funding available to create their very own community orchards and give a boost to nature in the Royal Borough.

The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead’s…
This image shows a woman using a stair life. Consultation: Extra support for disabled home adaptions. Have your say on proposed extra support for disabled people to have home adaptions
The Royal Borough is consulting on a draft policy which, if approved, would mean extra financial support for disabled people to have household adaptions, helping them to live safe and independent lives at home. 

The council would like to hear views…
Budget 2024/25 Cabinet to consider draft budget proposals (2024-25) ahead of public consultation
Next week, Cabinet will consider draft budget proposals for the 2024-25 financial year, ahead of public consultation.  

At this stage, the budget proposals provisionally set out a balanced position for 2024/25. The final funding position from…
This image shows parked cars. Consultation: Parking fees Royal Borough launches consultation on parking fees and charges
Today the council is launching a public consultation on changes to parking fees and charges in the Royal Borough. These changes would come into effect from February 2024, once feedback from the consultation has been considered. 

The proposals…
Apply for funding to improve health and wellbeing in your community
Applications close at midnight on Friday 22 December for residents and local groups, with great ideas to improve health and wellbeing in their communities, to apply for funding to make their plans a reality.

The council’s Innovation Funding scheme…
Photo caption: Outside Maidenhead Town Hall is (left to right) Councillor Simon Werner, the Council Leader; Lin Ferguson, Executive Director of Children’s Services and Education at the Royal Borough; Councillor Amy Tisi, Cabinet member for children’s services, education and Windsor; Stephen Evans, Chief Executive of the Royal Borough; and Lucy Kourpas, Achieving for Children’s Chief Operating and Finance Officer. Royal Borough renews close partnership with Achieving for Children to deliver children’s and educational services on behalf of council
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has reaffirmed its partnership with Achieving for Children (AfC), which delivers the area’s children’s and educational services, praising the good standard of services and value for money it delivers for…
This image shows a woodland scene. Survey: Berkshire's blueprint for nature recovery. Chance to say how you’d like to get involved in shaping Berkshire’s blueprint for nature recovery
Communities across Berkshire are invited to say how they’d like to get involved in shaping plans for protecting and improving natural habitats in the county.

Berkshire’s six councils, led by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, are keen…
Electric vehicle charging points - next steps Cabinet to consider next steps in providing electric vehicle charging infrastructure
Cabinet will consider a report on the next exciting steps in providing electric vehicle charging infrastructure and the transition to low carbon transport at its meeting next week.

Following the adoption of the council’s Electric Chargepoint…
At the new crossing on St Cloud Way, left to right, Steve Kueberuwa, Construction Manager at VolkerHighways, Councillor Geoff Hill, Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport, Councillor Joshua Reynolds, Cabinet Member for Communities and Leisure, and Tim Golabek, Service Lead for Transport at the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead. New toucan crossing completed linking Maidenhead town centre with homes north of the town
A new crossing for pedestrians and cyclists has officially opened across the A4 St Cloud Way, linking Maidenhead town centre with homes in the north of the town.

The toucan crossing connects the new upcoming St Cloud Way development on the former…
Help is available 24/7 if you’re affected by domestic abuse in the Royal Borough
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead and The Dash Charity are reminding all victims of domestic abuse that support is always available to help them take that first step to safety.

Ahead of White Ribbon Day on 25 November, the partners are…
Cabinet to consider early increases to fees and charges to help balance the budget
Next week, Cabinet will consider increases to a range of fees and charges for services from 1st January 2024, in response to the serious financial position faced by the council. 

Amongst changes to a range of chargeable services, Cabinet will also…