You have until 9th February to respond to the consultation, see more info here >>> The proposal would see the ends of certain roads blocked off and residents encouraged to walk or cycle across the whole of Dedworth. Buses may … Continue reading Do you want Dedworth to be a Low Traffic Neighbourhood?
As we look to the future, I have reflected back on the highlights and lowlights of the past year, below is a list of memorable moments, not in chronological order: Efforts to Save Garden Centre Conversations with the Inspector Regarding … Continue reading Laying the Foundations for 2021
Treat yourself to membership of the New Windsor Community Association! £20 for adults, £10 for kids & oaps Opened by the Queen Mother in 1971 after local residents spent 6 year’s raising money to build it. They started saving the … Continue reading £20 quid spare for a good cause this Christmas?
Happy Christmas from Sutherland Grange… enjoy… thanks the Garden Centre, Horlers, Simon, Roberts Electrical and #RBWM #LightUpMyRBWM Thank you. Jon Continue reading Rudolph is down at Sutherland Grange
There is an economic model called the Regional Economic Multiplier Effect which basically says £1 spent locally will go to 6 or 7 other local businesses so becomes £6 or £7. A £1 spend with Amazon goes off to where … Continue reading Try and spend local this Christmas
Community groups and residents have their say in Clewer and Dedworth In September we launched five community response groups. These bring members of the Windsor community together with councillors and representatives from local organisations to make decisions on how to … Continue reading Be Part of Clewer & Dedworth Projects
The reality of life is there we all have to abide by certain rules. But this also means those applying the rules have rules and processes they have to also abide to. I wrote to Cllr Cannon with a suggestion … Continue reading The Rules of Engagement for District Environmental Crime Officers
At the next Full Council meeting on 15th December I will be bringing the following motion… This council agrees to provide FREE Parking for residents every day, with immediate effect, for a 3 hour period between 10am and 1pm in … Continue reading Help Me, Help You with FREE Parking this XMAS
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is proposing changes to Castle Hill and St Albans St to expand the pedestrian space, making the area more pleasant and safer for visitors during the busiest times of the day. The expectation … Continue reading Castle Hill Windsor Public Space Transformation Consultation Closes 10 January 2021
Last week Cllr Cannon presented the RBWM Parking Strategy 2020 – 2025 to cabinet and it had some glaring gaps in its thinking! Planning Parking Policy (last revised 2004) Pavement Parking Consultation (Gov just finished consultation – no mention!) How … Continue reading Gaps in the RBWM Parking Strategy
Firstly, thank you to all the residents who signed the petition to try and encourage the RBWM Council to provide free parking for residents this Christmas and support retailers who are under immense pressure this year due to Covid and … Continue reading Xmas Parking Petition achieve’s first goal
Last night’s extraordinary council meeting it felt appropriate to say a few words about my good friend David Knowles-Leak who sadly passed a few days ago from COVID. I’d known David since I was Chair of the East Berkshire Federation … Continue reading Remembering the Extraordinary DKL at RBWM Council Meeting