The next Forum will be held on Tuesday, October 9th, 2018, at Windsor Guildhall, 6.30pm for 7pm. Continue Reading
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Come and see the draft Windsor 2030 plan for central Windsor.
Thursday 19 July at the Guildhall
6.30 pm: AGM
7.15 pm: Forum
If you’re not currently a Forum member and would like to join to help make a better Windsor, please get in touch using the contact form at the bottom of this page.Read More »
After the success of Prince Harry and Megan’s 5-star wedding in Royal Windsor, the Windsor 2030 Neighbourhood Plan is once again taking up the reins of ensuring a 5-star town for residents, workers, businesses and visitors.
The key players in Windsor town centre’s neighbourhood plan were central to the planning and delivery of the royal wedding so this month (June) is our first meeting in a while.
The Windsor Royal Shopping Centre Manager, Sue Watts (who is also the Chair of Windsor 2030), said:
Windsor can be very proud of how the whole town came together to make a magical atmosphere. This is a special thank you to all the staff in every shop, business and service who did so much extra work to make it all happen and to make us all so proud of Windsor.
The amazing atmosphere of the big day sent out a message to the 2 billion people who watched it on TV around the world that Windsor is a 5 star destination for romance, history, pageantry and celebration. We look forward to welcoming them in person.Read More »
Thank you to everyone who came along to the Windsor 2030 July Forum.
St LEONARD’S ROAD TRADERS
We were delighted to welcome so many traders from St Leonard’s Road before the forum, to share views on how the Central Windsor Business Neighbourhood Plan can support businesses and create a bustling atmosphere.
We will be feeding back ideas and suggestions to the borough and into the draft policy where appropriate.
If you own or work for a business, or live in St Leonard’s Road and would like to attend the next Trader’s Meeting, please email paul.roach@RBWM.org (Please note that the Neighbourhood Plan boundary covers St Leonard’s Road from Peascod Street to Lammas Court.)
WINDSOR 2030 FORUM
The meeting was followed by our regular forum where the steering group shared plans to apply for a Heritage Action Zone grant which, if successful, would be used for improvements to the ‘gateway’ to the town centre from the Alma Road coach park and to improve the link between the town centre and the river.
Updates were also discussed on the draft policy for the Neighbourhood Plan.
SAVE THE DATE FOR THE NEXT FORUM
The next Windsor 2030 Forum will be held on Thursday, September 14. Further details to be announced shortly.
JOIN THE FORUM OR STEERING GROUP
If you live, work or own/run a business within the Windsor 2030 boundary please contribute to the Neighbourhood Plan for a Five Star Windsor. Get in touch through the Contact page.
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Posted July 12, 2017
Join the Windsor 2030 Steering Group at The Firestation Arts Centre, St Leonard’s Road, Windsor, 6.30-7.30pm. Hear about the latest draft policies for Windsor town centre from the Central Business Neighbourhood Plan volunteers. To register use the Contact page.
St Leonard’s Road traders are invited to join us from 5.45pm for a Special Interest Group informal session to discuss what our plan for a Five Star Windsor means for businesses and residents in St Leonard’s Road, over refreshments. Then you are welcome to stay on for the Forum meeting – find out what your business has to gain in the Windsor 2030 Central Business Neighbourhood Plan.
Just turn up on Tuesday July 25, or find out more in advance by emailing via the Contacts page.Read More »
The Steering Group of the Windsor 2030 Neighbourhood Plan are planning to hold the next Forum meeting for registered members on July 6, 2017. Full details will be posted shortly. To register please use the Contact page here.Read More »
NB, to all Forum members, there is a Forum meeting on Thursday this week. The draft plan will be presented. We are also looking for new steering members so if you are not a Forum member but interested in joining, please use the contact form below.
The meeting will be at Committee Room, York House, York House, Sheet Street, Windsor SL4 1DD
Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 7.00 for 7.30 pm.
Wine and refreshments will be available.Read More »
The Windsor 2030 Neighbourhood Plan wishes everybody a Happy New Year.
We’ve made huge progress in 2016 and want to give a big thank you to all those who helped. We now have any even bigger year ahead.
At the end of last year the Windsor 2030 Forum met and has been commenting on the draft policy for the Central Windsor Neighbourhood Plan for Business which is now being updated by policy writers.
The document, outlining the plan’s vision for a Five Star Windsor, was presented at the AGM and Forum meeting held at Cinnamon Café on November 29th.
The group’s chair, Dermot Whelan, welcomed new members to the Forum and gave an update on the plan’s progress.
The draft policy is not yet a public document but the next stage will be to hold pre-submission consultation, which will be open to the public, expected to be in early spring 2017.
Anyone who lives or works within the boundary of the Central Windsor Neighbourhood Plan for Business can apply for membership of the Forum – click on the ‘Contact’ tab at the top of this page.Read More »
The importance of preserving Windsor’s heritage, both for residents and businesses, has emerged as a key theme. This video shows Windsor in 1972. What should Windsor look like in 2030?
Work on the Business Neighbourhood Plan continues. Following the appointment of consultants earlier this year, the Steering Group last week fed back on the first draft. The plan is that a version ready for debate by the full Forum will be ready after the summer holiday.Read More »