Year: 2019

Resignation of the leader of RBWM

PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMAIDENHEAD, UK Resignation of the leader of RBWM The sudden resignation of Cllr Dudley was made in the early hours and apparently without any consultation with Conservative group members. Nothing new there, then. Perhaps in time, we’ll understand why he felt the need to step down urgently, without any kind of handover […]


Is Three leaving Maidenhead?

Written by Joshua Reynolds. Nobody can deny that lots of projects are getting underway Maidenhead at the moment: the Landing is finally getting under way after being pushed through by the Conservative councillors against the recommendations of the borough officers, York Road is being developed, and the Nicholsons shopping centre has been sold to a […]


Why can’t the council fix potholes properly?

Local residents are increasingly asking themselves why the council can’t fix potholes properly. Local Lib Dem Clive Baskerville said, “When the Lib Dems ran the council we quickly realized that often when road repairs were carried out, the underlying problems were not resolved. “The key was finding out quickly where problems were and getting them […]


Town Centre Vision

Local Liberal Democrats are proposing a vision for our town centre which turns it into a Community Hub which is not just about shops but also about health, education, entertainment, leisure, arts & culture. Residents of Maidenhead are getting increasingly frustrated with the lack of vision for the town centre. The Conservative plan of lots […]


Car Parking Troubles

From Amy Tisi of the Windsor Liberal Democrats As a regular user of the Victoria Street carpark, I started becoming increasingly frustrated with the outdated pay and display machines that were often out of order. This left me running up and down stairs to find a working machine; not ideal if you are a disabled […]


A Broken Promise from the Conservatives

Windsor and Maidenhead Lib Dems initiated the Community Warden scheme in 2004. The Conservatives liked it so much, they promised to increase the number of community wardens from 18 to 36 in their 2015 manifesto. This was one Tory pledge we could really get behind — RBWM’s community wardens work tirelessly in the community to […]

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