The main principles of WLR have been supported in the emerging Windsor 2030 neighbourhood plan. This is a 'pre-consultation' prior to the draft policy consultation. The above video is a quick summary. For more information visit the Windsor 2030 news section. Agree or disagree, you can comment on their website, criticise or suggest alternatives. Please make your comments non-anonymous for them to count as official feedback. You can also comment below.
Daniel, the family run department store with a branch in Windsor has supported the Windsor Link Railway. Aaran Daniel, who is the Property Director of W J Daniel & Co. Ltd, says: As a family business with a vested interest in Windsor's economic and social future, we are committed to supporting plans to improve the infrastructure of the Town and surrounding areas. The Windsor Link would remedy many issues facing consumers travelling into and out of the town and encourage growth in one of [...]
French Brothers supports the Windsor Link Railway. The company provides river trips and boats and therefore has a keen interest to ensure that the riverside environment is preserved and enhanced. Chris French says: French Brothers, established in 1798 and continuing as a family run business is an important part of Windsor’s heritage. As with any other local business, better transport links are essential for our continued success. This is why we support the Windsor Link Railway, which will dramatically improve the experience for visitors [...]
Ice, a brand experience agency based in Windsor, supports the Windsor Link Railway. Geoff Knapp, Chairman, says: A good transport system is key to the economy and prosperity of any town and although Windsor is one of the UK's greatest historical towns our rail network unfortunately belongs to Victorian times. The Windsor Link railway will open the door to our economic future in the 21st Century and make the town more attractive and successful for the benefit of residents, businesses and tourists alike. As [...]