Watch a short video peek of our 3D model of the Windsor riverside regeneration — more coming soon!
The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead has published the results of its statutory consultation conducted last summer. This found that respondents supported the railway by 72% to just 28% opposed
Nicola Shaw, tasked with the government of a review of Network Rail, has released her conclusions today. She has ruled out a full privatisation of Network Rail but says: Further options for involving private sector finance… should be explored to release government capital, encourage innovation, and speed up delivery of improvements for passengers. This is
The Windsor Link Railway has been featured on the Andrew Peach show on BBC Berkshire this morning. Hear the clip, which also includes an interview with Richard Dexter, one of the country’s leading tunnelling experts, answering some technical questions on how the tunnel would be built.
WLR has been featured in this week’s Windsor Express. The paper said: The appointment of architects to draw up an masterplan for the ambitious Windsor Link Railway (WLR) has been hailed as a ‘very positive step’ by the project’s managing director. WLR announced on Monday that Somerset-based James Armitage Architects had been commissioned to produce
WLR is pleased to announce that it has commissioned James Armitage Architects to produce an indicative masterplan and design ideas for the Windsor Link Railway. James Armitage specialise in traditional and classic architecture and they are part of the Prince’s Foundation for Building Community Professional Network. This means they are well-placed to understand Windsor’s special
WLR wishes all its supporters and viewers of this site a very Happy New Year. In 2015 this site saw another year of high traffic, with 27,000 page view and 11,000 unique visitors, an increase of 14% from 2014. The majority of these are from local people who would be directly affected by the proposed
The House of Commons Select Committee Inquiry into Surface Transport to Airports has ordered evidence submitted by WLR to be published. WLR’s evidence agrees with British Airways, that the currently proposed links are too expensive and counter-productive, likely leading to worse traffic congestion if the airport grows. The Windsor Link Railway offers a solution to