Slough’s Cabinet rejected calls to reverse the road layout scheme at Brands Hill on Monday. But residents have accused Council officers of deliberate misinformation in their submissions relating to the so-called “Road of Death”.
Slough Borough Council has been told it needs to build nearly 1,000 new homes a year – nearly TWICE its current plan – following the publication of a county wide assessment.
Slough Borough Council’s Cabinet will finally discuss the controversial “Road of Death” at Brands Hill on Monday. The news follows confirmation that a boy was hospitalised following an accident just over a week ago.
Neighbourhood Police report that number plates were stolen from a car in Hillrise, Brands Hill on Monday night. The incident occurred between 7pm on Monday night (October 12) and 8:15 on Tuesday morning. Both number plates were stolen from a white Audi A3.
The Neighbourhood Police team in Colnbrook & Poyle will be carrying out high-visibility patrols over the Halloween period dealing with any anti-social behaviour, working with schools and parents to reduce the incidents of nuisance and criminal damage that can happen at this time of year.
Brands Hill and Westfield residents are now able to benefit from 24-hour bus services along the by-pass to Slough and Maidenhead to the west and Heathrow to the east. The First Group 75 and 78 services stop in Sutton Lane and at points along the by-pass, with the 75 going to Heathrow Central Bus Station and the 78 going to Terminal 5.
Next Wednesday’s meeting of the Colnbrook Neighbourhood Action Group will be an opportunity for members to address concerns to Slough Borough Council about its withdrawal of support for local groups.
The eastbound carriageway of London Road was closed during yesterday morning’s rush hour, following a serious accident according to a number of reports from residents. There are no details as yet of any injuries.
“Use some common sense” say Colnbrook residents as plans revealed to upgrade M4, M25 and M3 at the same time!
The Colnbrook Community Association has called on planners to “use some common sense” and develop a coordinated plan to local infrastructure projects after it was revealed that work to turn the M25 into a Smart Motorway will be scheduled to take place … at the same time as the M4!
Grundon Waste Management has called on the European Commission to support co-mingled waste collections, just weeks after Slough Borough Council said it would review separate waste collections for paper, metal, plastic and glass – and potentially a new supplier for the borough.
Slough residents are among the most anxious and unhappy in the country according to Government’s Well-being Index
It’s ten years since the four-part BBC documentary Making Slough Happy came to our TV screens, but Slough has been revealed to be the eighth most anxious area in the country, out of well over 400 local authority areas surveyed.
Colnbrook NAG is to ask two local bodies to reconsider recent decisions to withdraw services to the group, minutes from last Wednesday’s meeting show.