Join us at Communities Overview & Scrutiny Panel tomorrow, Tuesday 28th Jan, 6:30pm Maidenhead Town Hall You can see the full agenda here >>> Focus, for me, is on Budget savings as shown below Budget £639,000 – Propose Saving £180,000 … Continue reading Join us at Communities Overview & Scrutiny Panel Tuesday 28th Jan, 6:30pm Maidenhead Town Hall
RBWM have made a commitment to be carbon neutral by 2050 and I’d suggest shopping at the Farm Shop in Old Windsor is a great way to help maximize your own carbon footprint and try and ensure you get the … Continue reading Maximize Your Carbon Footprint and Food Nutrition with Farm Shop Meat & Veg
So many people have a good old moan on Facebook but don’t face those responsible and ask the questions they have to ask when the opportunities arise. You can attend the following meetings, listen to Councillors ask questions and put … Continue reading Have your say Next Week on the Budget at one of these meetings…
“How can YOU save money by using the RBWM food waste bin? What you on about Jon?” Thank you for asking 😉 Currently RBWM pay for a fixed amount of food waste by the ton… so currently we pay the … Continue reading Save Yourself Money – Use Your Food Waste Bin
The RBWM consultation on the Sutherland Grange Recycling Site will close 12pm next Friday 31st January 2020. If you haven’t already had your say then please follow the link http://www.sutherlandgrange.co.uk Thank you. Jon Continue reading Sutherland Grange Recycling Site Consultation Closes 12pm Friday 31st January 2020
The revised Pothole Report It function, changed in the summer and part of a suite of Report It! options, on the RBWM website is excellent and the response is fantastic… make sure you use it… snap a couple of pics, … Continue reading If you see a big Pothole… REPORT IT!
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead are furthest left in the graphic. “The lowest council tax outside London” a manifesto commitment proudly made for years and years by the Conservative Party locally. You know what they say, “Pride comes … Continue reading What’s the REALITY of having the lowest Council Tax Band D outside London?
While we await the full budget details on 29th January the savings document has been presented and it doesn’t make for very good reading. Budget 2020-21 Savings Document ADVANTAGE CARD PARKING DISCOUNTS TO BE DISCONTINUED Have the Conservatives not considered … Continue reading RBWM Budget 2020-2021 Headline Savings
Ilovewindsor.co.uk first saw life back in 2009 and has been through a few revisions… currently it is a blog space where I have recently been focused on the work I am doing as a councillor but it does contain much … Continue reading YIPPEE Love Windsor Facebook Group goes over 500 MEMBERS!
It’s the role of an elected Councillor to represent their residents in the Council Chamber and year to date, the Independent Councillors have asked 76.5% of all the Councillors’ official Questions at Full Council Meetings. Independent Councillors have also presented … Continue reading Independent Councillors are Asking Most of the Questions at RBWM Full Council Meetings
As you are likely to know, the emerging Bracknell Forest Council Revised Growth Strategy (Local Plan) includes a large housing development proposal for Jealott’s Hill in the Metropolitan Green Belt. You are also likely to be aware of concern among … Continue reading Green Belt at Jealott’s Hill, Bracknell
Over the years Tinkers Lane council site has got increasingly busy with many of the contractor services, waste, highways, etc being based out of there. Large vehicles are constantly moving around and the office used for polling is surrounded by … Continue reading Tinkers Lane Polling Station set to move to Gospel Hall, Ruddlesway – Have your say…