|Display the poster and join the mission to end rough sleeping in the Royal Borough
Even more shops and other premises can now play their part in an inspirational scheme that’s already raised more than £2,000 to help rough sleepers turn their lives around in the Royal Borough.
Tap 4 Lasting Change is the council’s alterative…
|Apply now to join the Royal Borough’s new resident parking discount scheme
Motorists living in the Royal Borough can now apply online for their free, virtual parking permits to join the council’s new resident parking discount scheme offering one hour free in six popular car parks.
Residents can apply to get the discount…
|Royal Borough thanks public for amazing response to budget consultation as Cabinet amends proposals to include arts funding
The Royal Borough is thanking everyone who took part in the public consultation on the proposed budget for 2022/23, which saw around 1,800 consultation responses submitted by residents, community groups and businesses.
This valuable community…
|Full Council votes to adopt Borough Local Plan supporting sustainable development until 2033
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has tonight voted to formally agree the Borough Local Plan, a key planning document guiding and supporting sustainable growth, regeneration and investment until 2033.
The Borough Local Plan provides the…
|Share snaps of your Royal Jubilee and Coronation memorabilia for exhibition at Royal Borough’s libraries
The Royal Borough is inviting local residents to share their photos of Royal Jubilee street parties and memorabilia dating from HM The Queen’s previous milestone anniversaries, to help create an exciting exhibition for her Platinum year.
|Statement about Maidenhead Golf Course site
In a joint statement, Councillor Andrew Johnson, Council Leader and Cabinet member for Property, and Councillor David Coppinger, Cabinet member for Planning, Environmental Services, and Maidenhead, said: “We are pleased to announce that the exchange…
|Independent review finds Royal Borough has made ‘good progress’ after positive shift in strategic leadership and culture
The Royal Borough has made “good progress” where needed as a council over recent years and also has a clear direction to strengthen further, thanks to a positive shift in strategic leadership and the culture of the organisation.
|Maidenhead marks the Year of the Tiger with Lunar New Year celebrations
Maidenhead High Street will be transformed in the coming days to mark the start of the Lunar New Year. The hanging red lanterns (which symbolise warmth, happiness, and good fortune) are being installed by Lamps and Tubes Illuminations and have been…
|Eligible businesses invited to apply for Omicron Hospitality and Leisure Grant
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is inviting eligible hospitality, leisure and accommodation businesses to apply for further Covid grants to support them following the Omicron outbreak.
The council is offering one-off grants from the…