A selection of the latest press releases and news items from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead
Updated: 2 hours 14 min ago
The Royal Borough is looking at awarding a contract to an experienced national provider to operate its leisure centres
The Royal Borough is currently seeking opinions from residents and businesses on a proposed strategy to manage local flood risks. A consultation is now running until Sunday 30 November to receive feedback.
The Royal Borough's cabinet meeting on Thursday 30 October will be in Eton Wick Village Hall - and local residents and parish councillors are warmly invited to attend.
The Royal Borough's Youth Ambassadors have secured £20,000 from the Big Society panel to plough into youth funding schemes.
As winter approaches, Royal Borough residents are encouraged to be prepared and get their free seasonal flu vaccination if they are in one of the following groups:
Work on the busy A308 Windsor Road in Bray from the Holyport Road to Monkey Island Lane has been extended following last week's closure on the M4 and the recent heavy rain.
Residents are invited to attend a public meeting on the recent flight trials from Heathrow Airport that have resulted in aircraft noise that has been adversely affecting them.
The Royal Borough's competition that works with residents to create bright ideas had its awards ceremony last night in Windsor.
A Wraysbury resident has been fined £1000 and ordered to pay £2000 in costs after pleading guilty to building a large unauthorised building in the front garden of his property.
Parents, carers and residents from throughout the Royal Borough are reminded that they can have their say on a range of proposals to increase the number of secondary school places.
The busy A308 Windsor Road in Bray from the Holyport Road to Monkey Island Lane is to be totally resurfaced - ensuring it is fit for purpose, requires less maintenance and is in the best possible condition to withstand winter's bad weather.
This year's popular Bright Idea Challenge Prize competition has attracted a total 100 entries - 20 more than last year when the competition was held for the first time.
The Royal Borough is backing Heathrow Airport's appeal against the London Borough of Hillingdon which has refused planning permission on works to the runway.
Residents are being invited to send in their nominations for the best kept streets in the borough.
Older residents can enjoy plenty of free activities and events on Silver Sunday (Sunday 5 October), a nationwide celebration of the value and knowledge older people contribute to our communities.
Next month's meeting of the Maidenhead Town Forum will be the 'perfect opportunity' for Maidenhead residents to have their say on The Landing, a £230million regeneration scheme.
Residents are being advised to attend public consultation events to hear Heathrow Airport's plans for noise compensation should it get the go-ahead for a third runway which the Royal Borough is opposed to.
Changes are being introduced to the Royal Borough's Greenredeem scheme to ensure that residents have a wider choice of projects to vote for and local groups have a greater chance of gaining funding.
The Maidenhead Waterways project takes another step forward this week with the removal of trees overhanging and growing on the banks of York Stream.
Windsor's first ever Night Market and the winning idea in last year's Bright Idea Challenge Prize is nearly here. On Saturday 13 September from 6.30 to 11pm, Peascod Street will come alive with tempting food and drink stalls, children's rides and street entertainers.