Slough Express

Amendments to planned expansion of Royal Farms Windsor Shop


In the public notices this week, Royal Farms Windsor Shop in Old Windsor is looking to make some changes to its planned expansion. There are also three road closures in Slough.


The Royal Household Property Section is looking to make amendments to an applicatio­n to extend the Royal Farms Windsor Shop on Datchet Road, Old Windsor.

The site falls within the Grade I listed park and garden known as The Royal Estate, Windsor Castle and Home Park. It is mainly a farm shop with horticultu­re area, butchery and café.

The plans, approved in July 2020, were to extend the butchery area and relocate the horticultu­re area.

The butchery had ‘a compromise­d layout’, applicants said, and reconfigur­ation would allow them to meet increasing demand.

Now the applicant has proposed ‘a minor relocation’ of the extension to create a ground-level plant area.

It is also seeking a change in gross internal area of 9.7sqm, due to the increased length of the corridor between the existing building and extension, to provide the plant area between.

To see all documents, enter 22/01185/VAR into the Borough’s planning portal.

Meanwhile, 365 Services (UK) Limited is looking for retrospect­ive planning permission to enlarge its café in its building at 88 Maidenhead Road, Windsor.

This is the site of Auto Care Centre Repairs Tyres Servicing, 5 Star Mobile Car Wash, and American Valeting Centre Ltd.

The applicatio­n involves a part change of use from mixed-use general industrial and car valeting, to class E – commercial, business and service use.

Applicants are also looking to alter the fenestrati­on, doors and paving; and to add awnings and exterior lighting.

To see all documents, enter 22/01196/FULL into the Borough’s planning portal.


Slough Borough Council is looking to close Dover Road from its junction with Bath Road to Bath Road Service Road North from 12.01am on June 11 to 11.59pm on June 12.

Alternativ­ely, backup dates and times for this work will be 12.01am on July 9 to 11.59pm on July 10.

The council is also looking to prevent traffic passing through the entrance from High Street, Langley to Langley Road at 12.01am on June 11 until 11.59pm on June 12.

Traffic will still be able to pass through the exit from Langley Road to the High Street.

Finally, Slough council wishes to close the road to traffic passing through Huntercomb­e Lane North from number 53 to number 36A. This will be from 10pm to 6am, June 13-17.

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