WWRA West Wind Newsletter January 2019

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Dear fellow residents, neighbours and friends, Happy New Year! Welcome to the latest newsletter from the West Windsor Residents Association, I hope you enjoy reading this? If you have any issues you would like to raise, please do not hesitate to contact us via the website or by contacting a member of the committee.

News includes:

Cost of replacing lost community facilities set at £600,000.00 by Richard Endacott

Planning Application for Squires site submitted by Mark Allum

Planning inspector rules on Shirley Avenue and the Queen Pub developments by Richard Endacott

Borough Local Plan Shelved until after the elections by Richard Endacott

Election News by Richard Endacott

Heathrow Consultation Launched by John Holdstock

Street Parking Consultations by Richard Endacott

From the Secretary’s Chair by Carole Da Costa

Cycle Lane initiative to be launched by Richard Endacott


Windsor Food Academy ready for new course by Carole Da Costa

Annual General Meeting and Cheese and Wine event
Thursday 7th March 2019, Homer First School, Testwood Road, 7.30pm

Just a reminder that all WWRA members are invited to the annual general meeting on Thursday 7th March at Homer First School, followed by our usual cheese and wine social.

It is an opportunity to set the priorities for the forthcoming year which of course not only includes the local elections in May but also will see the start of the many changes to the face and look of our local area.

If you wish to have a vote at the meeting and you are not a member please follow the instructions on the website. It is an opportunity for you to have your say and we look forward to welcoming you at this event.

Thank you.