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  • Event: Sep 22, 2019 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Imperial Park, Windsor

    Come out with the Lib Dem team to help gather signatures for the Windsor Town Council Petition.

    We will meet at Imperial Park (free carparking) for a briefing before going out in pairs and small groups.

    3-5pm on Sunday 22nd September

    Contact Amy or Karen for more information- amy@windsorlibdems.org.uk, karen@windsorlibdems.org.uk

  • Document: Aug 26, 2019
    116.94 KiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    Windsor Liberal Democrats are working with other political groups and like minded individuals to establish a Windsor Town Council.

    Establishing a Windsor Town Council to improve Windsor's voice was a prominent part of our Election Manifesto in the 2019 Borough Council Elections. Liberals have always believed power should be devolved to the lowest practical level and we believe establishing a Town Council can help provide better governance for Windsor Residents than the current "Town Forum" run by the Borough Council.

    Joins us in our campaign to restore democratic representation to our town, download your own petition sheet and collect 25 signatures (all registered electors in Windsor please) in support of this cause, then post it back to us for free.

  • SG Autopoint on St Leonards Road Windsor
    Article: Jul 30, 2019
    By Lizzie Jones

    Planning Application 19/01513/FULL Construction of 50 bedroom hotel. | S G Autopoint

    The planning application for the hotel on St Leonards Road is problematic for residents and Windsor Liberal Democrats support residents' calls for councillors to refuse the planning application.

    The building of a 50-bedroom hotel of St Leonards Road is not good for Windsor on the following grounds:

  • Amy Tisi and Karen Davies at the Hatch Lane junction
    Article: Jul 15, 2019
    By Francis Batt in South and Slough Bucks Observer

    Ruling Conservatives have been accused of failing to protect children who cross the road at one of Windsor's busiest junctions.

    The accusation comes from newly elected Liberal Democrat councillors Amy Tisi and Karen Davies - who now represent Clewer East ward on the Royal Borough.

    The two believe that plans to make the trial mini-roundabouts permanent on junctions at Hatch Lane/Dedworth Road and Parsonage Lane/Clarence Road need rethinking. They do not think it provides suitable protection for children and vulnerable road users.

  • Amy Tisi and Karen Davies at The Swan Clewer (Amy Tisi)
    Article: Jul 8, 2019
    By Amy Tisi

    June was jam-packed with lots of different types of council business and meetings. Here's a flavour of some of them:

    We met our hard-working Community Wardens, Clive and Ben and learnt more about the work they do in our ward. We were quite amazed to hear what a role they play in supporting vulnerable people. Watch this space for some useful developments in our area.

  • Dedworth Road/Hatch Lane roundabout
    Article: Jun 17, 2019
    By Amy Tisi

    Ever feel you're going round in circles?

    If you're stuck at the 'temporary' roundabouts at the junction of Clarence Road, Dedworth Road, Hatch Lane and Parsonage Lane, it might well feel that way. We are certainly feeling frustrated with the lack of progress at this junction, despite our efforts.

    Hasn't the trial dragged on long enough?

  • Cllr Karen Davies and Cllr Amy Tisi at Windsor Guildhall
    Article: Jun 5, 2019

    A month ago, we found out that we had been elected as your councillors for Clewer East. It was almost 6am by the time the result was announced and we'd been up for 24hours by that point! Thank you to everyone who voted for us to represent you on the council. We feel exceptionally privileged.

    Training and Events

  • Karen Davies Green Lane Clewer New Town Residents Parking (RPG Coe)
    Article: Apr 29, 2019
    By Amy Tisi

    Like many people, we have been concerned about the ongoing issues with parking machines in Windsor but parking problems also extend into our residential streets.

    Residents of the Green Lane, Clewer Avenue, Clewer New Town area have told us they are frustrated by a hotchpotch of schemes and yellow lines which have been implemented without considering the knock-on effects on neighbouring streets. They tell us that restrictions have been applied piecemeal and that it has become harder to park in the evening and at weekends. Some female residents have been forced to walk long distances to their homes after dark as they can't find a space close to home.

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