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MAPPED: Closer look at where and when regeneration of Maidenhead is taking place

Browse developments in Maidenhead via our handy online map.

Map: Closer look at where and when regeneration of Maidenhead is taking place

Countryside's 229-home development in York Road

Maidenhead is undergoing a rapid regeneration programme.

Schemes including the multi-million pound Braywick Leisure Centre, Chapel Arches, The Landing, and future developments to the Nicholsons Centre are set to change the face of the town.

Royal Borough leader Cllr Andrew Johnson said last month that we will 'start to see real progress quite soon' as the regeneration of Maidenhead develops.

To help understand what is happening and where, the Advertiser has created a helpful online map which pinpoints each development, along with pictures and some video.

Click on each yellow marker on the map below to view every scheme in more detail:

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  • PeterPlucker

    23:17, 03 March 2020

    Nearly 1,000 new flats in central Maidenhead. What contribution will the developers be making to pay for the Doctors' surgeries, schools, child-care facilities, parking, etc these new residents will require? Or are Maidonians required to pay for these, as 1,000 new flat owners will not cover the full cost with their Council Tax payments? Presumably the 70 "relocated" car park spaces from the Station means that there are now 70 fewer spaces free in the Stafferton Way car park, until the Vicus Way car park is built. But then where will we park while the Nicholsons Centre is rebuilt? Parking will be a lottery, which will put people off driving to Maidenhead - just as cancelling the Advantage Card parking discount will. The extra 1,000 people in flats will not keep the high street alive - the town needs a WOW factor.



  • bobbennington

    23:24, 27 February 2020

    Welcome to Bracknell Near-Thames



  • Pursuer

    15:02, 27 February 2020

    More soulless monolithic concrete slabs destroying the once beautiful Maidenhead which is increasingly looking like East Berlin, before the wall came down- I know I went there, but there's big profits to be made so what does it matter after all none of the developers will be living in and amongst them that's for sure.



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