Final planning meeting for Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead – July 10
A WINDSOR hotel could see its parking lot redeveloped – this is just one of many planning applications submitted or determined by the Slough Borough Council or the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
To view more details for each request, go to the respective council planning portal with the reference number attached.
Partial demolition and reconstruction of the existing rear perimeter wall, relocation and replacement of the existing barrier and parking bollards, modifications to the existing access ramp and associated works at the Mercure Castle Hotel, 18 High Street, Windsor (21/01800 / FULL).
The owners of the grade II classified hotel wish to create an “attractive” entrance and improve the way they access the hotel for their customers, as well as add a replacement barrier to strengthen the security of the car park.
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The proposals aim to remove a small part of a wall at the back of the hotel and rebuild it with a new pillar in a new location that will facilitate a more ‘defined’ access route for guests to improve. visitor experience.
The new arrangements will allow for an improved and improved access control system which will increase the security of the car park.
It could also involve the removal of three existing parking areas and the existing concrete raised platform.
Royal Borough planners have yet to decide whether or not to grant permission.
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Major renovations and improved access to Slough Station in Slough (S / 00746/000).
Following the 2012 works, the promoters want to improve the works of the public domain and better infrastructure for the interchange of pedestrians, cyclists, buses and taxis.
This is to improve access to Slough station.
The north square is now proposed to be the subject of such works in order to improve the public space within this zone.
Some of the works include widening the railroad terrace to accommodate on-street parking and a sidewalk on either side of the carriageway, new paved pedestrian and vehicle areas to the north of the station building, and a new system to one way through the lower park car to the west of the station building.
Other work also concerns changes to ticket machines and signage locations and new anti-terrorism measures in front of the entrance to the station.
Slough planning officers have given the green light to the plans.