Thank you to everyone of the 2221 of you who took the time to complete the Low Traffic Neighbourhood consultation for Clewer & Dedworth… we should hear the results by the end of next week. Thank you to all local Councillors for playing their part. An excellent team effort by Cllr Davies, Cllr Price, Cllr… Read More Low Traffic Neighbourhood Consultation achieved an amazing 2221 responses! Thank you.
Thank you to everyone who has taken the time out to complete the online survey. I heard that on Monday there had been over 1000 completed! For those that would like to know more there are two public meetings to give you the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about these proposals. Tuesday 2nd… Read More Public meetings about Low Traffic Neighbourhood Consultation
I have spent the last couple of days walking the streets of Clewer & Dedworth West distributing A3 posters to businesses and fixing to lamp posts. I dropped a couple into Horler’s, who I have known for years, they sold our Clewer Hill Road property a few years ago. Bradley said, “Are you responsible for… Read More RBWM Low Traffic Neighbourhood Consultation Clewer & Dedworth
I have produced these two versions of the RBWM Low Traffic Neighbourhood consultation, given approval by RBWM, so that as many people as possible can be made aware of the consultation before the 9th February deadline. There has been a ruling by the high court, Cllr Gerry Clark RBWM Lead on Infrastructure has said if… Read More RBWM Low Traffic Neighbourhood Consultation docs for you to print and share with Neighbours
Hear more about Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, School Streets and Bus Gates which form part of the Governments Active Travel Measures tomorrow evening from 6:15PM on the RBWM Youtube Channel. https://www.youtube.com/user/WindsorMaidenhead As Vice Chair of Infrastructure Overview & Scrutiny Panel, with no current Chair, I emailed the panel on Sunday evening proposing we add the above… Read More Low Traffic Neighbourhoods explained on RBWM Youtube Channel Tuesday 19th Jan 6:15PM
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 be given right of access and residents may have to drive around the block to… Read More Do you want Dedworth to be a Low Traffic Neighbourhood?
Please add your comments to the interact map, part of the A308 Corridor Review … nearly 50 comments on the Clewer & Dedworth stretch in Windsor so far… let’s make it 100+ CLOSES Friday 9th Ocober 2020 I have added a few comments myself and this link goes to the map where Oakley Green Road… Read More A308 Corridor Review Interactive Map
Gallys Road (Clewer and Dedworth West) – micro asphalt works (Marbeck Close to A308) – Monday 14 to Friday 18 September 2020 – 9am to 5pm. So the above was in the Highway’s weekly update but what does that mean? I found me an expert… Kenny, foreman on the job… Under the bitumen there is… Read More Road Repairs Gallys Road, Dedworth, Windsor
There are two sides to every coin and so after Cllr Cannon chose to make an announcement by posting on FB, it was only fair that Cllr Larcombe has a chance to offer his thoughts on what actually happened. Councillor Cannon, RBWM Ward Councillor, Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury, Lead Member for Public Protection (inc flooding)… Read More Datchet, Horton and Wraysbury Councillors’ comment on failure to find funding for River Thames Flood Scheme
Last night’s Infrastructure Overview & Scrutiny Panel meeting to discuss the Work Programme didn’t quite roll out as planned… no surprise there! I had brought good reasons to encourage agreement in a Task & Finishing Group but Conservative Councillors had already decided I wasn’t going to get an opportunity to say anything and did what… Read More Will RBWM Councillors ever get to debate 5G or will the Tories just allow it to roll out?
Last night’s cabinet meeting had a summary from Councillor Gerry Clarke, Lead Member Transport and Infrastructure on the Highways and Transport Investment Programme 2020-21 All the info quoted below is from the report, link above. The pothole above has since been fixed. As lead on infrastructure for the Independent Group I wanted to respond to… Read More Improving the Infrastructure: How are Windsor’s roads looking to you?