The council’s decision-making Executive has agreed to postpone the introduction of weekly food waste collections due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Collections will begin in March 2021 for houses.
This month we will be asking 1,800 residents about their experiences during the coronavirus pandemic via a phone survey.
Specialists from Public Health England South East are providing expert advice and support to Martins Heron Tesco, following a small number of cases of COVID-19.
We have an outbreak control plan in place which is now activated.
This week’s update from the Leader of the council focuses on the protecting our borough.
Plans to introduce a weekly food waste collection may be moved back to March 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday 6 July, Bracknell and Crowthorne libraries are re-opening.
This is the first phase of our re-opening schedule.
We are re-opening many of our outdoor playgrounds on a trial basis, in response to a further relaxing of the government’s lockdown measures.
The Look Out play area remains closed as this needs extra measures to be put in place.
We are urging the community to shop local and support our high streets as shops, restaurants and cafes start to open after the initial peak of the coronavirus pandemic.
A summary of our COVID-19 outbreak control plan is now available.
The summary pulls out the key components of how the council, along with its local and regional partners, will work with residents and communities to respond to localised outbreaks of COVID-19, should they occur.