Event: Feb 3, 2022 6:30 PM - 7:30 PMMeeting Room, downstairs at The Acre
All members are welcome to join the branch committee for our monthly meeting at The Acre in Windsor from 6:30-7:30pm on the first Thursday of the month.
We will be discussing current campaign actions and value the input of our local members.
Contact Branch Chair Amy Tisi for more information: email@example.com
Survey: Dec 14, 20211 question
After a two year campaign from the Lib Dems to get back a resident parking discount, it is finally being reintroduced.
Thank you to all the residents who have supported our campaign.
Two years ago the Conservative council removed the residents' parking discount that operated through the Advantage Card.
Article: Dec 2, 2021By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk
After a 2 year long campaign the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has finally announced it will restore a residents' parking discount.
As so often with our local Conservatives the details aren't completely worked out.
What is known:
The new residents' parking discount is likely to work via a smart phone app.
There will be discounted parking for the first hour.
The offer won't be as generous as the old Advantage Card parking discount.
Article: Nov 15, 2021By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk
Royal Borough Liberal Democrats have joined the campaign against 2,000 homes on Green Belt at Jealotts Hill. The development, which is on the border of Bracknell Forest and The Royal Borough in the Windsor constituency, appears to residents to have the support of Windsor's Conservative MP.
Local Lib Dem Julian Tisi said,
"If we are serious about tackling climate change and protecting our Green Belt then this sort of development shouldn't be happening: Thousands of houses on a greenfield site with poor public transport can only mean thousands of extra car journeys every day. This is not sustainable development."
Survey: Oct 24, 20211 question
Join Our Campaign To Keep Planning Local . . .
In August 2020 the government launched its White Paper,
"Planning for the Future: planning policy changes in England in 2020 and future reforms"
. . . the proposals in the White Paper would hand much more control over what is built where to developers over local communities as represented by local council planning committees. Once landed was identified for development, developers would have much more freedom to build what they want, where they want.