We entered the council meeting Thursday evening for the Extraordinary Full Council – 23 October 2019, with hope in our hearts… there to discuss the proposed changes to the RBWM Borough Local Plan Submission Version. Hear it all here >>> … Continue reading The Borough Local Plan – very much a conservative vision in more ways than one!
Windsor residents are invited to come and hear about the Borough Local Plan (BLP) and the proposed revisions at… Legoland Hotel, Windsor on Thurs 14th Nov, 7:00pm while 9:00pm All Saints Church, Dedworth on Mon 18th Nov, 2:00pm while 4:00pm … Continue reading FINAL Borough Local Plan Meeting this evening at The Guildhall, Windsor starts 7pm
Bracknell Forest Council is looking to put in place a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of a Home to school transport (HTST) service for students and young people with SEN, physical disabilities and challenging behaviour. There is also scope for general transport service including Adult Social Care requirements. Private Hire, Mini Bus , Bus and Coaches may be required. The provision is intended to cater for Specialised transport for educational requirements and affiliated areas along with general requirements for Business Travel , Commercial use and Public Services and will be available via DPS platform. The structure of this … Continue reading Home to School Transport (DPS) Bracknell Forest Borough Council
Tonight at Maidenhead Town Hall Councillors will be discussing the CIPFA Report and tomorrow night the Borough Local Plan is on the agenda. Two very important documents that need all the scrutiny they can get… let’s see what happens… Will … Continue reading MUST Attend RBWM Council Meetings THIS Week
The initial CIPFA report is out and they are asking many more questions… Duncan Sharkey, MD of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has called in the governments financial managers to go through the RBWM finances with a fine … Continue reading How have the RBWM finances been allowed to reach such levels of debt?
Being a uni student, I have been to my fair share of quirky pubs and bars around London so I was intrigued as to what The Last Crumb had to offer. For starters, the name definitely stood out to me. … Continue reading The Last Crumb in Caversham Review by Chloe Humphries
Sunrise over Dedworth last week… there is so much going on in my world at the moment! Business is going well, we have lots of Youth project activity with Rotary and the Councillor work is getting increasingly interesting… The first … Continue reading Cllr Jon Davey Diary 24th Sept to 12th Oct
I watched a really interesting documentary on Netflix last weekend called “The Great Hack” which explores behind the scenes into the invisible world of manipulation and power, exposing the truth behind the roles of data company Cambridge Analytica and Facebook … Continue reading A Convenient Story to Believe?
One of the first people to contact me as a new councillor was Michelle Gregory who was very concerned that Hemwood Dell had been put up for auction to the highest bidder. Over the next month I arrange for her … Continue reading Residents learn about the ecology of Hemwood Dell
I wonder if my first question at council back in June started the butterfly effect! Following the Conservative Leader’s resignation on 12th September, this week we heard from RBWM that… CIPFA were asked by the Managing Director and s151 Officer … Continue reading The butterfly effect… mighty fall… changing times!