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2011 Local Election Results

Welcome to the website of the Liberal Democrats in the Windsor Constituency . We bring you news and views from Windsor, Ascot, Winkfield and surrounding areas.

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  • Ballot Box
    Article: Jul 25, 2014
    By Liberal Democrats Windsor Constituency

    West Windsor Residents' Association hold Clewer North Ward in the by-election held on Thursday 24th July.

    The by-election was triggered by by the sad death of the Residents' Association's Cllr Cynthia Endacott who had serve on the council for many years and was a notable figure locally.

    Results - Clewer North By-Election 24th July 2014

    DA COSTA

    Wisdom

    Independent (West Windsor Residents Association)

    878

    COLLINS

    John

    Conservative Party

    486

    SHEARMAN

    Peter

    Labour Party

    158

  • Windsor Conservatives Broken Tree Logo
    Article: Jul 24, 2014
    By Francis Batt in Windsor, Ascot & Eton Express - online

    Angry taxi drivers are threatening a 'bumper to bumper' protest that could bring Windsor High Street to a halt.

    That is the warning from one driver as anger grows about the shortage of taxi ranks in the town.

    Nasir Jarral, who represents drivers in the GMB union across the Royal Borough, says they have had enough of not being able to find a space in the rank.

  • Article: Jul 23, 2014
    By Nicole Zandi in Royal Borough Observer - online

    RESIDENTS and businesses can affect how Heathrow spends its proposed fund for new noise and property compensation scheme.

    Heathrow has launched a 12 week consultation, from July 21 to October 12, to help decide how to allocate the £550m fund proposed in the event of a third runway.

    John Holland-Kaye, chief executive, said:

  • Windsor Conservatives Broken Tree Logo
    Article: Jul 18, 2014
    By Andy Wilkins in Royal Borough Observer - online

    A COUNCILLOR has called for a candidate in the Clewer North by-election to be disqualified after his party allegedly broke the 'purdah'.

    Independent Cllr Malcolm Beer feels articles written in the Around the Royal Borough newspaper could provide Conservative candidate John Collins with an unfair advantage in the by-election due to be held on Thursday.

  • Thames Valley Police
    Article: Jul 14, 2014
    By Francis Batt in Windsor, Ascot & Eton Express - online

    A 72-year-old man arrested in connection with a knife attack in Datchet has had his bail renewed.

    The attack happened in Southlea Road on March 5.

    A man received stab injuries to his leg which required hospital treatment.

    The suspect was arrested on Wednesday, March 19, on suspicion of conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm.

  • Windsor Conservatives Broken Tree Logo
    Article: Jul 7, 2014
    By Daniel Whiteway in Royal Borough Observer - online

    THE Royal Borough has been accused of strangling the life out of grassroots football as The Observer reveals the escalating cost of renting out council pitches.

    Figures released under a Freedom of Information request show for the 2014/15 season it would set teams back £1,571 to hire a council-owned, conventional grass football pitch for up to 15 games - up nearly £300 in five years from £1,282 in 2010/11.

  • Fire Engines overflow the St Mark's Road yard during recent flooding in the Thames Valley
    Article: Jul 6, 2014

    There is as yet no guarantee that there will be a Fire Engine for the Conservatives new "so-called" fire station, according to Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue.

    A Freedom of Information Request from Windsor Liberal Democrats asked to know what legally binding undertakings had been given to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead about the provision of a fire engine for the Tinker's Lane site by Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue.

  • Windsor Conservatives Broken Tree Logo
    Article: Jul 3, 2014
    By Liberal Democrats Windsor Constituency

    A new consultation document from the Conservative led Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead have confirmed claims made by Local Liberal Democrats six years ago about the locations the Conservatives had in mind for Green Belt development.

    Back in 2008 a headline in our Windsor Focus leaflets read, "Secret Green Belt Development plans" and was accompanied by pictures of three sites we believed the Conservatives were considering. At the time local Conservatives branded the contents of this leaflet as "lies", however they refused to disclose what their actual plans were.

  • Thames Valley Police
    Article: Jun 10, 2014
    By Newsdesk in Royal Borough Observer - online

    A 73-YEAR-old man arrested in connection with a stabbing in Datchet has been rebailed for a third time.

    The man was arrested on Wednesday, March 19, on suspicion of conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm.

    His bail was extended on Friday until Monday, July 14.

    The arrest was in connection with an incident in which a man received injuries to his leg which required hospital treatment in an attack at the victim's home in Southlea Road, on March 5.

  • Windsor Conservatives Broken Tree Logo
    Article: Jun 3, 2014
    By Daniel Whiteway in Royal Borough Observer - online

    MILLIONS of pounds are being spent on agency staff in the Royal Borough with costs almost doubling last year.

    The council forked out £3,426,480.80 on temporary staff in 2013/14, close to double the £1,735,404.76 spent in 2012/13, The Observer has uncovered through a Freedom of Information (FoI) request.

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Windsor Fire Engine

Windsor Fire Station: NOT For Sale

Liberal Democrats Windsor Constituency

Should Windsor's St Mark's Road Fire Station be closed and sold for development?