Two interactive maps have been added to the website to help people explore the neighbourhood plan area in detail. One map has contemporary maps for the background, the other has historical maps from 1875 onwards. The historical maps illustrate how Maidenhead has grown over nearly 150 years, but not so much that it has absorbed Read more about Maps added[…]
The Maidenhead Advertiser provided an excellent update on the relaunch of the Forum in this week’s edition. On this website, you can read more about the Forum’s structure, and we plan to do some social media announcements quite soon.
The Forum needs volunteers to fill a number of support roles, and we have some limited grant funding available to pay for specialist services. All the jobs are part-time, timed to fit round your other commitments. To find out more, please contact email@example.com. The specific roles are: Role People Description Media team member 3 To Read more about Admin roles[…]
The full Forum meets monthly to set direction for the work and monitor progress. Most of the actual research and policy development takes place in various work groups. The management committee (5-10 people) meets weekly to resolve any overlaps, gaps and disagreements. The next full meeting is 4th September 2019 19:30 – 21:00, taking place Read more about Full Forum Meeting 4th Sep 2019[…]
Forum Maidenhead Neighbourhood Forum (MNF) has recently been established to continue the work undertaken since 2013 by Maidenhead and Cox Green Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (MCGNP). Unlike Cox Green Parish Council, there is no elected body representing the seven wards of Maidenhead as a distinctive community; it cannot be done properly just at a Borough-wide Read more about Relaunch news[…]