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  • Article: Aug 4, 2020
    By Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk

    RBWM Liberal Democrats held an Executive meeting on the evening of 3rd August to consider the application of Cllr Gurch Singh (St. Mary's) to join the national party.

    This meeting considered a report, prepared in strict adherence to the provisions of the Liberal Democrat constitution, which thoroughly examined all the accusations made against him by the local Conservative councillor group. It included evidence submitted by several of their members, by Cllr Singh and by members of the public, who were witnesses to some of the events.

  • Amy Tisi outside Lawns Nursery Windsor
    Article: Jun 8, 2020
    By Amy Tisi

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    Parks and Open Spaces

    As lockdown rules are eased, we're receiving more reports of littering and antisocial behaviour. Please do get in touch if you notice a litter problem, and we'll get it cleaned up for you. If you are the parent of a teenager who is spending time in our parks, you may want to have a conversation about drugs and alcohol with them. We are seeing numerous nitrous oxide (laughing gas) ampoules, balloons and empty aerosol cans, as well as alcoholic drinks cans and bottles. If you have concerns, you can seek help here.
  • Karen Davies Green Lane Clewer New Town Residents Parking (RPG Coe)
    Page: May 31, 2020

    Residents' Parking Zones Campaign 2020

    This is the home page for our campaign for a fairer settlement for residents when it comes to paying for Residents' Parking Zones.

    Our Conservative led Council is short of money and in February decided to introduce charges for residents' permits as follows:

    • £50 first car

    • £70 second car

    • £100 further cars

  • RPZ Poster in Window
    Petition: May 30, 2020

    Background:

    In 2013 the council made residents permits free.

    Since 2013 many new Residents Zones have been created, with residents understanding these would be free.

    In May last year local Conservatives said, "We do not believe you should pay your council tax and then have to pay to park outside your house"

  • RPZ Poster in Window
    Survey: May 30, 2020
    30 questions

    Background:

    Our Conservative led Council is short of money and in February decided to introduce charges for residents' permits:

    • £50 first car
    • £70 second car
    • £100 further cars

    The charges were due to start from July for all permit holders, regardless of the expiry date of their current free permit.