Saving electricity one streetlight at a time
From Monday (13 February), five residential areas of Slough will be taking part in a trial to see the effects of dimming the streetlights on their streets.
Sustainable Travel Grant for schools and businesses
Applications for a Sustainable Travel Grant (STG) to support and encourage the development and implementation of travel action plans are invited.
Hefty fine for running a filthy and unlicensed HMO
A landlady who left her tenants to live in filthy and unsafe conditions, while running an unlicensed House in Multiple Occupation (HMO), has been prosecuted for multiple offences.
Garden waste registration goes live
Residents who wish to continue with their garden waste collections post 1 November 2022 can now sign up to the new scheme on the council’s website.
Community survey launched
A survey asking for residents’ views about how to make their neighbourhoods healthier and more attractive is running until 31 December.
Death of HM The Queen: Parking enforcement in place on 19 September
Visitors and residents wishing to park in Slough to travel to Windsor on the day of Her Majesty The Queen’s funeral are being advised to use local car parks.
Death of HM The Queen: Civic remembrance service
The Mayor of Slough, Councillor Dilbagh Parmar will be hosting a civic service of remembrance for Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday 18 September 2022.
Residents invited to see Slough Proclamation on Sunday
The Slough Proclamation, marking the beginning of the reign of His Majesty King Charles III, will take place tomorrow (Sunday 11 September) in the Town Square, High Street, Slough at 2pm.
Death of HM the Queen: Books of condolence available
Residents wishing to express their condolences following the death of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II, can now use one of six physical books of condolence the council has provided across the town.
Government responds to Commissioners’ request
A request to the government from the council’s Commissioners for further powers has been agreed.
Scrutiny set to discuss possible changes to bin collections
Slough Borough Council’s Scrutiny Committee is set to discuss a proposal to move to alternate weekly collections of rubbish and recycling bins at their meeting on 8 September.