Archive for Month: October 2018

  • ST ANDREWS CRES PARKING CONSULTATION

    Thank you all residents who contacted us regarding parking at the top of St Andrews Crescent. Cllr Mike Airey and I have reviewed the comments received and the officer’s report. The proposal to extend double yellow lines did not attract significant support and will not be progressed. We will keep the situation under review.

  • LUFF CLOSE PARKING CONSULTATION

    Thank you all residents who contacted us regarding parking at Luff Close. Cllr Mike Airey and I have now reviewed comments received and the officer’s report. The proposal to introduce resident parking permits did not attract significant support and will not be progressed. We will keep the situation under review.

  • DEDWORTH BIG DRAW

    Dedworth Library Sun 21 Oct 11.30 ’til 1.30 Dedworth Big Draw aims to get people of all ages drawing a picture to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War 1. I will be turning over the community room at Dedworth Library to a drawing space. Come along and draw a picture to commemorate…

  • SQUIRES GARDEN CENTRE- UPDATE

    I believe that Squires Garden Centres may now have sold their Maidenhead Rd site. Squires have said previously that they wanted to expand their business but couldn’t do so within their current site. This is their commercial decision to make. It is likely that any new owners will make an application in the coming months…

  • OSGOOD PARK CLIMBING FRAMES

    New climbing frames have now been installed at Osgood Park as promised.  These should appeal to 8-13 year olds who often use the “toddlers” play area at the park.   They have been tried and tested by many local children who seem to like the new frames. We’ve been improving Osgood Park in stages over…

  • MORE ROADS IMPROVED 2018

    Bell View Bell View Close Wolf Lane (by Piner Cottages) Wolf lane (top of White Horse Rd) Burnham Close We have also managed to repair the speed humps on Wolf Lane. That’s the road resurfacing work completed in Clewer South for this year. Thank you for your patience. Now onto the pavements- Poolmans and Priors…

  • RBWM POLLING STATION CONSULTATION

    The Electoral Commission has revised the ward boundaries for elections to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. The Council will be consulting on where polling stations should be sited for the new wards from 1st October to 9th November. This may affect schools that are to be used as polling stations. For example in…