|Get involved in next stage of shaping Vision for Windsor
The community is invited to get involved in the next stage of shaping a compelling vision for how they’d like Windsor town centre to evolve over the next 20-plus years.
The Royal Borough is working with The Prince’s Foundation charity to engage…
|Community invited to comment on neighbourhood planning proposals for Maidenhead
People are invited to comment on a community group’s proposals which if approved would allow the group to start preparing a draft Neighbourhood Plan covering the whole of Maidenhead’s unparished areas.
Neighbourhood plans allow communities to put…
|Interim changes to help steer bus companies on a smoother post-Covid journey
Interim changes to subsidised bus services in the borough, designed to support operators on a smoother post-Covid journey, will come into effect from Sunday 30 October.
The changes to certain sections of some routes, to the timetables of some buses…
|Demolition set to begin as 434-home regeneration scheme in Maidenhead gets underway
Developer Countryside and the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, are set to begin redevelopment works at their St Cloud Way regeneration scheme, marking another milestone in the regeneration of Maidenhead town centre.
The St Cloud Way…
|Royal Borough thanks residents as analysis of independent survey results gets underway
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is thanking everyone who took part in an independent survey of residents’ views, attitudes and priorities, as analysis of the results gets underway.
During the summer, Lake Market Research surveyed 1,…
|Royal Borough works with JobCentre Plus to support local job seekers and employers at Maidenhead Library
A jobs fair will take place at Maidenhead Library on Wednesday 12 October between 10.30am and 2pm.
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is working with the JobCentre Plus to promote local job vacancies to our residents via an in-person…
|Royal Borough consults on Council Tax Reduction scheme
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is consulting until Friday 2 December on its Council Tax Reduction scheme for working-age applicants in 2023/24.
Council Tax Reduction is a means-tested benefit that helps people on low incomes by…
|Council Tax and Business rates|
|Children’s tributes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on display at Windsor & Royal Borough Museum
Nearly 800 paper hearts featuring tributes from schoolchildren to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II are now on display at the Windsor & Royal Borough Museum.
To commemorate her life, BBC Radio Berkshire helped children at schools in the county…
|Windsor is honoured to have welcomed more than 100,000 people for the Procession and Committal Service of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
More than 100,000 people visited Windsor as the town hosted the Procession and Committal Service for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Following the State Funeral in Westminster Abbey, the Procession took in Albert Road and The Long Walk and included…
|Windsor arrangements for the Procession of Her Majesty’s Coffin to St George’s Chapel for the Committal Service
Last updated 19 September 2022
Where to watch on the day
The Long Walk
The Procession will take in Albert Road and The Long Walk. There will be no ceremonial move through Windsor town centre.
There will be public viewing areas on The Long Walk…
|Council statement on the Procession of Her Majesty’s Coffin to St George’s Chapel for the Committal Service
Plans are underway for the Procession of Her Majesty’s Coffin in Windsor and the Committal Service at St George’s Chapel on Monday 19 September 2022.
The Procession to Windsor Castle along The Long Walk will start at 3.10pm and will include…
|Committal Service in Windsor
Councillor Andrew Johnson, the leader of the council, said: “We are honoured and humbled that the committal service for Her Majesty The Queen will be taking place in our borough at Windsor Castle on Monday 19 September, following the State Funeral…
|Statements on the sad passing of Her Majesty The Queen
Councillor Andrew Johnson, leader of the council, said: “The death of Her Majesty The Queen represents a very sad day in the history of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead. She was much loved and respected as a patron to many local…
|Community invited to comment on Datchet Neighbourhood Plan
The community is invited to take part in a public consultation on an important planning document helping to shape future development and growth within the Datchet Parish.
The draft Datchet Neighbourhood Plan has been produced by local people on the…
|Planning and regeneration of the Royal Borough|
|Share your ideas and come to workshops to help shape Vision for Windsor
** UPDATE ** (Tuesday September 27). In light of the sad passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, we have extended the public engagement period for Vision for Windsor by two weeks, meaning people can continue to complete the survey and the online…
|Take part in survey on how to improve Deerswood Meadow for the benefit of nature and the community
** UPDATE ** (Thursday 22 September). In light of the sad passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the public drop-in workshop events for the Deerswood Meadow survey were postponed. Revised dates for the sessions are below, along with the…
|Royal Borough works with Job Centre Plus to support local job seekers and employers at Windsor Library
A jobs fair will take place at Windsor Library on Tuesday 20 September between 10.30am and 2pm.
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is working with the Jobcentre Plus to promote local job vacancies to our residents via an in-person jobs…
|Royal Borough partners with Heathrow Airport to highlight job opportunities available to residents
Residents can find out more about job opportunities available at Heathrow Airport at two drop-in sessions at Windsor and Maidenhead libraries.
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is working with the Heathrow Employment and Skills Academy…
|Media statement: Home Office accommodation site for asylum seekers
Duncan Sharkey, chief executive of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, said: “The council was advised on Tuesday evening by the Home Office that it will be using The Manor Hotel, Datchet, to accommodate people seeking asylum who are at…
|Grazing cattle introduced to part of Battlemead Common to enhance biodiversity
Livestock have been reintroduced to an area of Battlemead Common, north of Maidenhead, in an exciting new trial designed to help enhance biodiversity at the site.
Almost 40 cows - Herefords and a Belted Galloway - are now located in the east field…