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Save Alexandra Gardens 20

This is the home page for 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.

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  • Page: Jun 7, 2021

    Freedom of Information (FOI) Act Request 7th May 2021 - Summary

    1. GL Hearn Plans for Development at / around Alexandra Gardens

    In 2017 the Conservative Council commissioned planning consultants GL Hearn (part of the Capita Group) to produce plans for development at Alexandra Gardens. Gl Hearn had previously been commissioned by the Conservatives to produce plans for Maidenhead Town Centre. The plans produced have remained secret ever since, despite the Conservative Council press release their initial decision to commission the plans.

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    Article: May 7, 2021
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk

    Liberal Democrats in Windsor have been running our Windsor Riverside Development Consultation since last year online survey since last year and have just over 600 respondents at the time of writing. Results so far show no support of any kind for the Conservative proposals to develop at Alexandra Gardens Car Park, Alexandra Gardens Coach Park or on Baths Island in the River Thames.

  • Article: Apr 2, 2021
    By James Bagley in Royal Borough Observer Online

    DETAILS on what the Alexandra Garden's coach and car park could be developed into were revealed - but Windsor councillors questioned why this was announced at a Maidenhead town forum.

    At the forum on Wednesday, March 31, Barbara Richardson, managing director of the council's property company, gave a sneak peek at what could happen to the site after plans were left on hold for a year due to the pandemic.

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