The law on how we keep, store and use your data is changing on 25 May when GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes in to force.
Couples looking to get married in the council’s ceremony room can now have their wedding in the Haversham Room at South Hill Park.
The redecorated and refurnished Haversham Room is set within the magnificent 18th century grade II listed building and benefits from fabulous views over the grounds.
The Lexicon Bracknell Half Marathon is full so entries are now closed. Thank you to everyone who has signed up to take part in the first event to start and finish in our new town centre.
The future of Easthampstead Park Conference Centre (EPCC) was secured at the meeting of the council’s decision-making executive.
Families enjoyed hunting for chocolate treasure at 3 of the borough’s parks over the Easter holidays.
The borough’s vulnerable families will benefit from greater support from the council following the launch of a revolutionary new way of working to help families become stronger and better able to support their children.
Bracknell Forest Council has been officially crowned ‘Council of the Year 2018’ by the leading public sector improvement organisation – iESE.
Due to the weather conditions last week, bin collections continue to be affected.
Please check our information page for advice on when your bins will be collected.
We have plans in place to deal with severe cold weather and all updates on any affected services, including schools, will be published on our website.
The consultation on the proposed new local plan for the borough is open until Monday, 26 March 2018.
The draft local plan sets out a new planning framework including planning policies to be used in assessing planning applications and proposed sites for development up to 2034. This includes the need to find sites for 3,216 new homes.