Archive for Month: January 2019

  • £30K FOR INCLUSIVE PLAY EQUIPMENT

    Last year the Royal Borough adopted its first ever inclusion charter for children and young people.  The charter sets out how all children or young people should be considered when accessing services in the local area To support the charter, I have asked my colleagues on the council to agree to a review of all…

  • HATCH LANE/ 3 ELMS JUNCTION IMPROVEMENTS

    Trial mini-roundabouts scheme When Tesco Express opened at the old Three Elms site, it did not require planning permission from RBWM for change of use. In response to concerns raised by residents about congestion and road safety at the junction of Dedworth Road, Clarence Road, Hatch Lane and Parsonage Lane, the Royal Borough has taken the…

  • DEDWORTH MUGS & TEA TOWELS ON SALE!

    Dedworth mugs and tea towels are raising funds for a great local lad Callum Singleton. Callum has been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy. All of the money raised from the sale of these items will go towards a course of Conductive Education which will help Callum greatly and support his school life. Thank you to our…

  • DEDWORTH BLUEBELL WALK

    In the past 3 years more than 30,000 spring bulbs have been planted in my ward with support from residents, Cllr Mike Airey, the Crown Estate and the Royal Borough. There is a mix of daffodils, tulips, crocus, snowdrops and even the odd Allium.  The bulbs brighten up the area and tell us that summer…

  • OSGOOD PARK IMPROVEMENTS

    Many improvements have been made at Osgood Park.  It has new trees, new play equipment, a wildlife planting area, 20,000 spring bulbs and a new bench to commemorate the life and achievement of local football legend Peter Osgood. Conservative councillors have agreed that street lights are installed at the park to make it a safer…

  • £600K INVESTMENT PROPOSED FOR COMMUNITY FACILITIES IN CLEWER & DEDWORTH

    Proposals from local councillors for £600,000 of new community facilities in Clewer & Dedworth have been accepted by the Leadership of the Council These include: £250k- Garden Cafe £350k- Community leisure facilities at Clewer Memorial Park (Pirate Park) These will need to be approved by the full council in the coming months along with the…

  • VICTORIA PARK IMPROVEMENTS

    As part of our Clewer & Dedworth Improvement Plan the Royal Borough has been improving two open spaces in Dedworth- Osgood Park and Sutherland Grange.  We have also committed to develop Victoria Park at Broom Farm and have duly included this activity within our plan.  Football, play equipment and CCTV have been included in our…

  • SUTHERLAND GRANGE IMPROVEMENTS CONTINUE

    I have had a new bin installed at Sutherland Grange car park to help keep down the litter.  The bin at the car park is often full up. I have also asked for the hedge near the recycling centre to be cleared by council staff.  Extra litter picks are taking place at the car park,…

  • SQUIRES SITE- PLANNING APPLICATION

    RBWM has received a planning application to build 39 properties at the former Squires site.   Provision for 12 “affordable” properties and 77 parking spaces is included within the application. You can see the full application here: http://publicaccess.rbwm.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PK8VRNNIJN800&activeTab=summary