|Thinking about standing in the next Borough or Parish elections?
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is holding an information session for residents thinking of standing as candidates in the next Local Elections on Thursday 4 May 2023.
The borough operates by a system of whole council elections every…
|Users of new Vicus Way car park able to park for longer in response to resident feedback
Users of the new multi-storey Vicus Way Park in Maidenhead will have greater flexibility when using the site with the ability to leave after 8pm from this Friday (10 February).
The change has been made following feedback from residents and…
|Royal Borough thanks community for responses to budget consultation as Cabinet is set to consider proposed amendments
The Royal Borough is thanking everyone who took part in the public consultation on the proposed budget for 2023/24, as Cabinet is set to consider proposed changes as a result of community feedback and an extra £3.5m from Government.
|New guides to support residents and visitors with access needs launched by Royal Borough and AccessAble
New destination Access Guides for Windsor and Eton, developed thanks to a partnership between the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead and AccessAble, have been launched today.
VisitWindsor, the official tourism arm of the council, has worked…
|Works to improve visitor experience and pedestrian safety in Castle Hill, Windsor set to get underway
Work designed to improve the overall experience and safety of residents and visitors in Windsor town centre is set to begin this spring.
The public realm improvements in Castle Hill and St Alban’s Street will see Castle Hill partially…
|Royal Borough reviews first year of delivery under Corporate Plan
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is sharing key areas of progress and achievement in delivering over the first year of its Corporate Plan, the council’s five-year strategy setting out its vision, organisational priorities and goals. …
|New Royal Borough Chief Executive appointed
Stephen Evans has been appointed the new Chief Executive, and Head of Paid Service, of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
Mr Evans was recommended by the council’s Appointment Committee, and this was approved unanimously this evening by…
|Apply early to celebrate His Majesty The King’s Coronation with a street party
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is inviting residents to join His Majesty The King’s Coronation celebrations this May by applying to hold street parties in their communities.
The Coronation will take place on Saturday 6 May. Events…
|Give us your views on plan to upgrade A308 junction in Windsor to improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists
Residents are invited to have their say on a proposal to upgrade a mini roundabout on the A308 in Clewer, Windsor to a new signal-controlled junction, improving road safety for pedestrians and cyclists.
The scheme at the A308’s junction with Mill…
|Still time to take part in the Royal Borough’s budget consultation
Residents, community groups and businesses are reminded that they have until Tuesday 24 January to participate in a consultation on the draft budget proposals for the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
The budget consultation is an…
|Have your say on proposals to open new facilities for children with special educational needs
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is consulting until Friday 24 February on plans to open new facilities for children with special educational needs, which will allow more children with special educational needs to attend a local school…
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|Free new weight management support for adults
If you’re aged over 18, live in the borough and have a body max index of 30 or higher (27.5 and above for selected ethnic groups), you can now access a new free weight management service launched this week by the Royal Borough of Windsor &…
|Community group gets green light to prepare Neighbourhood Plan for Maidenhead
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has given the green light for a community group to start preparing a draft Neighbourhood Plan to help guide future development across Maidenhead’s unparished areas.
Neighbourhood Plans allow…
|Remember to recycle right through the festive period
As the festive season gets underway and we all have extra packaging and food waste, the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is reminding residents to continue recycling as much as possible over Christmas and New Year.
More than 70 per cent…
|Community thanked as Cabinet adopts key planning document for South West Maidenhead
The Royal Borough has adopted a key planning document that will support effective delivery of much-needed new homes, community facilities, employment space and improved public access to green space at South West Maidenhead.
South West Maidenhead…
|Action Plan to increase biodiversity in the Royal Borough agreed by Cabinet
An action plan to increase biodiversity in the Royal Borough through positive habitat management measures and partnership working has been agreed by Cabinet.
The Biodiversity Action Plan aims to provide 30% of land in the borough as a space for…
|New modern car park opens in Maidenhead to support town’s growth and regeneration
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has today (Friday 16 December) opened a new multi-storey car park in Maidenhead, providing modern parking facilities to support the town’s ongoing growth and regeneration.
Vicus Way has 500 spaces over…
|Share your views on proposed council 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 (Tuesday 13 December) until Tuesday 24 January.
|Cost of living funding will help residents in severe financial hardship
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is using a targeted fund to help residents in severe financial hardship and at risk of problems escalating due to the rising cost of living.
The council has been given £587,905 in the latest round of…
|Give us your views on plan to deliver electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the borough
Residents are invited to have their say on a plan outlining how the Royal Borough will bring forward hundreds more charging points for electric vehicles, to support the move to greener travel.
A five-week consultation on the draft Electric Vehicle…