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Views sought on pavement designs

Computer model
The plans for Maidenhead include the extension of the town centre boundary

Residents will see what streets in Maidenhead may look like in the future as work gets under way to install some of the paving designs that may be used.

A range of paving materials will be displayed outside some shops on the High Street, the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council said.

The move follows the start of a public consultation on a major 20-year redevelopment scheme for the town.

Work on installing the designs will begin on Monday 21 September.

The public consultation, which closes on 9 October, was organised by the Partnership for the Rejuvenation of Maidenhead (PRoM).

Bob Dulson, independent chairman of PRoM, said: "Currently we have a hotch-potch of paving and street furniture that have accumulated over the years and we want to come up with distinctive, elegant designs that will give Maidenhead its own character."

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