Petition to: NOT appoint a Joint Venture Partner or to undertake any actions towards developing at Baths Island, Alexandra Gardens Coach Park and Alexandra Gardens Car Park until after it has undertaken a full consultation with Residents of Windsor and Eton to establish public support in principle for development at these sites.

We the undersigned petition The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead to NOT appoint a Joint Venture Partner or to undertake any actions towards developing at Baths Island, Alexandra Gardens Coach Park and Alexandra Gardens Car Park until after it has undertaken a full consultation with Residents of Windsor and Eton to establish public support in principle for development at these sites. More details

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At the Maidenhead Town Forum in March, the council made a ‘hot off the press’ announcement about redevelopment of the land surrounding Alexandra Gardens, including the coach and carpark and Baths Island. This was described as ‘mixed development’ and would involve relocating or replacing the coach park and car parking, though it was not made clear where to. Neither was it made clear what would happen at Baths Island but the Property Company MD said that there would be a vision for Windsor similar to Maidenhead. The council’s stated next step is to appoint a Joint Venture (JV) partner, who would produce plans for the area, before consulting with residents in 2022. However, once a JV partner is in place it is likely that by this point it would be difficult for the council to pull out and leave the area untouched if that is what residents want.

We believe that the process should be halted until residents have been consulted and that ‘NOT’ developing Baths Island should be an option.

Current signatories

Julian Tisi, the petition creator, joined by:

  • Adam Bermange
  • Serena Kelly
  • Mark Wilson
  • Josephine Chapman
  • Richard Coe
  • Stefanie Lewis Aschenbrenner
  • Shelley Sansom
  • Catherine Farmer
  • Catherine Allies
  • Karen Davies
  • BEN hoeksma
  • James Griffin
  • Angela Wootton
  • Alice hunt
  • Alexander Wood
  • Margaret Hunter
  • Martin Wootton
  • Sheikha Chhatralia
  • Chetan Chhatralia
  • Aaron Swann
  • Ian Birch
  • Michelle Gregory
  • Ian Barton
  • Frances Kindon
  • Susan Gallagher
  • Micheal Goodacre
  • Nicola Horn
  • Meena Patel
  • Ben Eastwood
  • Frances White
  • Claire Speed
  • Carole Bennett
  • Sophie Wood
  • Keeley Yallop
  • liam lakin
  • Rosa Noboa
  • Andy Wady
  • Sarah Laver
  • Jon nicholls
  • Steven Searle
  • Chris Morley
  • Jessie Edwards
  • Malcolm Lock1
  • Gloria Lock
  • Martin Chandler
  • Sophie Allen
  • Andrea Nixon
  • Richard Nixon
  • Julian Neill Parsons
  • John Holland
  • Michael Sansom
  • Heather Kempton
  • Ishbel Chandler
  • David Chapman
  • Jennifer Mackay
  • David McMahon
  • Nicky Frobisher
  • Lindsey Blake
  • Patricia Novello
  • James Laurence
  • Roger Blake
  • Ella Blake
  • Robert Windeyer
  • Faye Brackley
  • L. Balson
  • Felicity Fowkes
  • Alison Steele
  • Anwen Morris
  • Susie Gaunt
  • Melonie Howard
  • Christopher Goodwin
  • Eugene Finlay