Amy Tisi & Karen Davies, Clewer East Lib Dems
Clewer East News:
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.
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.
Article: May 7, 2021By 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 24, 2021By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk
Lib Dems in Windsor are furious to discover money available for crossings in Windsor has not been spent at Mill Lane.
Questions have again been raised about how the council prioritises its spending, which were also raised in the recent report by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy (CIPFA) into the council's administration, after the installation of a new duplicate pedestrian crossing in Alma Road less than 80 metres from an existing crossing in a location with light footfall.
Article: Mar 6, 2021
Local Liberal Democrats have expressed fury at the failure of the council to implement their own plans to provide a traffic light controlled TOUCAN crossing at the Mill Lane Junction on Maidenhead Road, after a second child was run over at the accident blackspot on Thursday night.
The last serious accident here was in September last year. Mill Lane Junction has been recognised as an accident blackspot for years and is the third worst accident blackspot in Berskshire for cyclists.
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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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