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Windsor will play host to The Household Cavalry’s Freedom of Entry March on Saturday 18 May as a ‘goodbye’ before their relocation to Salisbury Plain later this year.
Newly elected councillors with a wealth of experience have been selected to form a new cabinet following the May 2019 local borough elections.
Following a Public Inquiry held in March this year, the independent planning inspector has granted permission on appeal for the re-development of the former Imperial House site in Alma Road, Windsor.
Councils are disappointed in the High Court’s failure to quash the Government’s Airport National Policy Statement (ANPS), regarding Heathrow expansion. Councils argue this could bring long-term damage to the health of millions of Londoners.
On Monday 8 April the payment system for Broadway (Nicholsons) car park will be changing to pay and display in line with the introduction of new parking machines across borough car parks.
CALA Homes was announced as the Royal Borough’s preferred partner to bring forward the development in July this year.
Work has started on a major redevelopment site in Maidenhead which will deliver 229 new homes alongside a community space and food outlets on the banks of Maidenhead waterways.
Local business, MyWorkSpot, is to move locations thanks to support from the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
A new container library has hit the road fully stocked with a range of new books for residents to enjoy.
An electronic messaging board has been unveiled at Windsor Visitor Information Centre, to let residents know about upcoming community events.
A new community sports facility at Dedworth Middle School, funded by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, will be open for use in September 2019.
York House, a council owned building, will be re-opening in May following an extensive refurbishment.
A project to reinstate the watercourse in Eton has been officially opened following investment by the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
A park in the heart of Windsor will be refurbished to create a pocket park for residents to enjoy.
A meadow in Eton Wick has been extended to open up the area for residents to enjoy.
Progress at the new Braywick Leisure Centre in Maidenhead has been marked this week with the official opening of a 240-space car park.
Residents are being asked to give their views on a new design guide which lays out what the Royal Borough considers to be design excellence to help guide improvement in the quality of new developments and places.
Lawyers representing a coalition of local authorities opposed to Heathrow expansion will make the case in the High Court today that the Government’s Airport National Policy Statement backing Heathrow expansion should be quashed.
Royal Borough residents are set to be given the chance to trial electric cars and innovative new kerbside electric charging points for free.
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead will award £300,000 to charities and good causes during 2019/20 as part of its community grants scheme, with £270,000 awarded in the first funding round.