|Budget consultation responses help with next steps on budget
Over 800 responses were received for the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead’s budget consultation which has helped shape the 2021/22 proposed budget.
The responses, representing a cross section of the community, have been reviewed by the…
|Thousands respond to consultation on proposed walking and cycling schemes
Thousands of residents have responded to a consultation around proposed cycling and walking improvements in the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
It asked for feedback on:
• Two low traffic neighbourhoods in West Windsor.
|Executive Director of Place appointed
Andrew Durrant has been appointed as the Executive Director of Place at the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
The appointment was made following a cross party interview process. Andrew will start his role in Spring.
Andrew joins the…
|Shopkeeper prosecuted for failing to label food correctly
Bartosz Rybka, the store manager of Pierozek Polish Deli in Maidenhead, has been convicted of failing to comply with food labelling requirements.
Mr Rybka admitted failing to comply with an Improvement Notice issued under the Food Safety Act 1990…
|COVID-19 Community Testing in the Borough
Testing for Covid-19 using rapid lateral flow tests (LFTs) is due to start across the Royal Borough on Monday 8 February.
This means that those in public facing jobs who cannot work from home - such as supermarket workers, delivery drivers and…
|Children’s mental health week – ‘Express Yourself’
This Children’s Mental Health Week (1-7 February), the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is encouraging parents and other support networks to consider how they can support the wellbeing of children and young people.
The theme for this year’…
|Work on £6m road improvement scheme in Maidenhead enters new phase
A £6m road improvement scheme, to improve traffic flow through the centre of Maidenhead, enters a new phase next week when work begins on improvements to the Ray Mead Road roundabout.
This latest phase will see work carried out to reduce the size…
|A joint letter from NHS and local council leaders within the Frimley Health and Care system
Thank you for the support you have shown the NHS and social care during this pandemic. We are writing to you to ask for your help to keep our communities safe.
You will be aware that we are under a national lockdown as a result of significant…
|Have your say on proposed cycling and walking schemes
A four-week public consultation has launched around proposed additional cycling and walking improvements in the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
The improvements are being funded by a grant of £335,000 from the second round of funding…
|Housing strategy consultation launches
A public consultation has launched asking Royal Borough residents for feedback on the council’s draft five-year housing strategy, which will be presented to Cabinet in February.
The six-week consultation will allow residents to have their say on…
|Improvement works to Maidenhead Station set to begin
Improvement works on the forecourt of Maidenhead Station get underway this month, as part of the council’s commitment to a programme of improvements in the town.
To minimise disruption to residents and passengers, the work will be completed in…
|Statement from the leader of the council about National lockdown
Councillor Andrew Johnson, leader of the council, said: "The Government has announced today (4 January) that the Royal Borough, along with the rest of England, returns to full lockdown.
“With COVID-19 cases locally and nationally showing no signs…
|Statement about schools re-opening
Statement from the leader of the council, lead member for children’s services, managing director and director of children’s services on schools re-opening
We are aware that many parents, teachers and headteachers are concerned that schools are due…
|Council Leader warns about the dangers of sky lanterns
Windsor & Maidenhead Council is urging residents not to be tempted to see the New Year in by releasing Sky Lanterns on New Year's Eve.
Councillor Andrew Johnson, leader of the council, said: “Sky lanterns might look pretty but the sad fact…
|Additional funding for cycling and walking improvements
Additional funding for cycling and walking improvements has been awarded to the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
The money, £335,000, is from the second round of funding from the Government’s Active Travel Fund with the first round…
|Budget approved for consultation
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead’s proposed budget for 2021/22 has been published and is now ready for public consultation.
The budget proposals look to support our most vulnerable residents and support the local economic recovery…
|Statement from the leader of the council on the Prime Minister’s announcement - Saturday 19 December
"Councillor Andrew Johnson, leader of the council, said: "Following the news conference by the Prime Minister today, I am absolutely devastated that the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has moved into tier 4 - effectively a full lockdown.…
|Cashless donation scheme aimed at ending rough sleeping launched
A new cashless donation scheme to help end rough sleeping launches in the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead on Monday 21 December.
Residents and visitors will be able to support local rough sleepers to make real life changes by donating to…
|Statement from the leader of the council regarding COVID-19 – Thursday 17 December 2020
Councillor Andrew Johnson, leader of the council, said: "Following the Government’s review of the local tiers today (17 December), the Royal Borough has been moved up to tier 3: very high alert.
“We’re disappointed that we have been moved into tier…
|Mayor presents a cheque for more than £40,000 to local charity Thames Hospice
The outgoing Mayor of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, Councillor Sayonara Luxton, undertook her last official engagement on Monday.
At a special, socially distanced ceremony at the new state-of-the-art Thames Hospice, the Mayor…