Amy Tisi & Karen Davies, Clewer East Lib Dems
Clewer East News:
Article: Sep 21, 2021By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk
The site, which has for many years been a controversial privately run car park, renowned for its strict enforcement of its parking conditions, would benefit from aesthetic improvement, however given the sensitive position of the site, next to the Thames riverscape and close to Windsor Castle and other historic buildings any development would need to be extremely sensitively done.
Article: Aug 31, 2021
Imperial Park Toilets
The good news is that one of the toilets in Imperial Park is now open - one of the two is generally being kept shut so that if there is damage/vandalism to the open one there will be another available. This way at least one is kept open at all times.
Imperial Park Bund (Banks)
You may have noticed the abundant weeds growing on the new earth bund. The bund was seeded with general grass seed but didn't take very well, hence the significant weeds that are growing now. These will be cut and they will be overseeded with grass in the Autumn.
Article: Aug 27, 2021By Windsor Lib Dems in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk
Following on from the recent traffic survey in Clewer Hill Road organised by Clewer East's Cllr Karen Davies, the council has now installed a new quieter road surface in Clewer Hill Road along with a new pedestrian crossing designed to improve life for pedestrians, particularly children and families walking to school at Clewer Green School.
Article: Jul 21, 2021By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk
In a stunning betrayal of both the nation's and the Borough's future, Conservative Councillors at the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead voted down a Lib Dem led, cross party motion, proposed by Windsor's Cllr Karen Davies and seconded by Cookham's Cllr Mandy Brar, calling on the council to endorse proposals to enshrine the Paris Climate Agreement and its associated targets into UK law at full council on 20th July 2021.
Article: Jul 20, 2021By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk
Voting in council on Tuesday 20th July 2021 Windsor & Maidenhead Conservatives voted against giving Windsor its own Town Council.
Most parts of Windsor & Maidenhead have Town or Parish councils except Windsor and Central Maidenhead.
Conservative arguments tried to imply a Town Council would cost more, would create an unneccessary tier of government and create more councillors. They also tried to claim, despite a petition signed by thousands of Windsorians and consultation responses overwhelmingly in favour of setting up a Windsor Town Council that there wasn't public demand for a Windsor Town Council.
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WCE 1 - Clewer New Town - (Normal polling station Clewer Green First School)
includes Longbourne, Hatch Lane, north side Clewer Hill Road, south side Clarence Road West & Dedworth Road (Part)
WCE 2 - Spital - (Normal polling station Kipling Court)
area bounded by Goslar Way, Alma Road, St Leonard's Road and Imperial Road as well as part of Winkfield Road
WCE 3 - Clewer Village - (Normal polling station Clewer Youth & Community Centre)
includes roads off Mill Lane and Parsonage Lane, north side Deworth Road (Part) and Clarence Road West, Maidenhead Road (Part)
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