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  • Average per Dwelling Council Tax RBWM
    Article: Feb 3, 2019
    In Windsor Liberal Democrats

    Figures published by The Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government, show that despite the hype from Royal Borough Conservatives, the average household in Windsor & Maidenhead is paying well above the national average in Council Tax.

    The figures which are available from government website show that the average per dwelling council tax paid by households in The Royal Borough is £1373 compared to the national average for England of £1258.

    Meanwhile Council Tax in neighbouring Slough is just below the national average at £1252.

    "Royal Borough Conservatives love to boast of the lowest band D Council Tax outside of London. What these figures show is that, because the Royal Borough has large numbers of high value properties, band D does not represent the actual council tax people are paying." says Local Liberal Democrat Julian Tisi.

    "Despite squeezing local services for the vulnerable, local Conservatives are running an expensive and inefficient council. Is it any wonder the council is in debt, when council tax is wasted on excessive allowances for the council's leaders and propaganda banners on lamp posts?"

  • Amy Tisi at Squires Garden Centre
    Article: Jan 20, 2019
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats

    Conservatives in Windsor have been forced to admit that a leaflet they put out, claiming they had saved Wyevale and Squires garden centres in Dedworth, was untrue.

    Speaking to the Royal Borough Observer, a Conservative spokesman admitted the leaflet was untrue, but claimed it had been a mistake made by local Conservatives in west Windsor, who didn't know what was actually going on.

  • Amy Tisi at Victoria Street Car Park (WA&EE)
    Article: Jan 18, 2019
    By David Lee in Windsor, Ascot & Eton Express

    A frustrated resident has hit out at the council's delay in replacing faulty car parking machines in Windsor.

    In November, the borough announced it would be bringing in new machines in the town's River Street and Victoria Street car parks.

    This followed allegations of alleged Advantage Card fraud at River Street and complaints that machines would not accept credit or debit cards and notes.

  • Windsor Neigbourhood Plan ()
    Article: Nov 19, 2018
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats

    The Windsor Neighbourhood Plan, which is drawing up the local development plan which will influence planning policy in Windsor for years to come is out for its final consulatation before submission to the government.

    Your last chance to comment on the plan is between 19th November 2018 and 13th January 2019.

  • Article: Oct 18, 2018

    The Lib Dem Draw is a great way to donate to the Liberal Democrat cause, and you could win one of our tremendous prizes to boot. Tickets cost just £1.00 each.

    We will draw the prize winners for the Christmas 2018 draw at 8:00pm on 8 December 2018 at St Mark's Church Hall, Woking.

    Support Windsor Liberal Democrats

  • Amy Tisi out surveying
    Article: Jul 21, 2018

    Liberal Democrats in Windsor are out on the streets in Windsor asking for your opinions in their 2018 Resident's Survey.

    The Survey, which is being led by Amy Tisi, co-founder of Windsor Baby Bank, and fellow Lib Dem Karen Davies, asks resident's opinions on a number of local issues and can also be completed on-line on by clicking here: Residents' Survey 2018

  • Survey: Jun 12, 2018
    47 questions

    The local Lib Dems would like to hear your views about what the Local Borough Council is doing in our area.

    You can contact the Windsor Lib Dem team with any other questions or issues at:
    Thank you in anticipation,

    Amy Tisi and Karen Davies

  • Article: Mar 31, 2018

    A report in the Windsor Express (1) reveals that total of 130 children went missing at some point from the Royal Borough's children's services last year.

    A Freedom of Information request showed that the figures included three under-fives as well as 70 aged 15 to 17. The comparative figure shows 98 missing in 2016 and 64 in 2015.

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