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  • Alexandra Gardens Julian Tisi Mark Wilson (H Tisi)
    Article: Mar 26, 2020
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk

    Local Lib Dem led Campaign Group "Save Alexandra Gardens 2020" are calling on the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council and the Royal Borough Property Company to postpone any decisions about development at Alexandra Gardens Coach & Car Parks until the Covid-19 crisis has passed.

    Conservative plans to develop Alexandra Gardens, which have thus far been developed in secret, first came to the Lib Dems' attention in March 2019 after a disagreement on social media between local Conservatives about plans for Alexandra Gardens, however attempts by local Liberal Democrats to get information on the plans through a Freedom of Information request to the Royal Borough in 2019 were rebuffed.

  • Page: Mar 22, 2020

    Save Alexandra Gardens 2020

    This page will shortly hold links and information on our latest campaign to stop the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, under Conservative leadership, from developing at Alexandra Gardens. This will be the third attempt to build at Alexandra Gardens, this time driven by the need to bail out the council which has massively overspent its budget and is running short on money.

  • Article: Mar 15, 2020
    By Cllr Amy Tisi

    More Than A Shelter

    Until they were stopped in this year's budget, all councillors were given an allowance, which they could donate to a good cause of their choice. Having followed the project last year, and hearing lots of good things about More Than A Shelter - Windsor, I decided to direct my allowance to them and on Tuesday evening, I popped down to see the project in action during their final week.

  • Amy Tisi and Karen Davies at the Hatch Lane junction
    Article: Mar 12, 2020
    By Amy Tisi

    Some months ago, I asked for the double roundabouts scheme to be added to the work programme for the overview and scrutiny panel. I was keen to hear a report into the consultation process, the trial and subsequent implementation of the roundabouts, which took place during 2019.

    At Thursday's meeting, officers presented a report and Karen and I were then able to ask questions about the process. The consultation was of particular interest. I queried:

  • Document: Jan 24, 2020
    1.65 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    A high level review into the car parking machines which were introduced to RBWM in 2019 at a cost o £750,000.