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Views sought on 20-year town plan

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

People who live and work in a Berkshire town are being asked for their views on a 20-year redevelopment scheme.

The Maidenhead community will be able to discuss the plans for the town, which include the extension of the town centre boundary.

The consultation has been started by Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead Council and the Partnership for the Rejuvenation of Maidenhead (Prom).

The closing date for the consultation is 9 October.

Councillor David Burbage, leader of the council and a member of Prom, said: "We are coming to a critical stage in the development of the Area Action Plan and we need input from residents and businesses to take it forward in a meaningful way.

"There has never been a more important time for local people to make a positive contribution to the future of our town centre."

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