Archive of: March, 2018

  • Electoral Boundary Review – Have your say…

    The Local Government Boundary Commission for England (LGBCE) is proposing to reduce the number of councillors from 57 to 42 in time for the 2019 local council elections.

    Ward numbers could also be cut from 23 to 19, with Windsor’s Clewer North and Clewer South wards set to be reshaped into Clewer and Dedworth West and Clewer and Dedworth East.

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  • Windsor Fundraiser to Help the Homeless

    The Windsor Homeless Project (WHP) are raising funds to help the homeless in the borough. The annual Windsor Sleepout will be held on Friday 16th March from 7.30pm at the Alma Road Youth Centre. I hope all Clewer North residents will do their best to support this worthy cause.

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  • Cllr Hashim Bhatti quoted in the Eastern Eye newspaper

    I was quoted in the Eastern Eye newspaper discussing the Royal Wedding in Windsor in May 2018. The newspaper largely targets an Asian audience and it was great to be featured.

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  • Calling all young leaders, apply to the ParliaMentors programme before 12th March 2018

    3FF’s UN Award Winning ParliaMentors is a programme where teams of university students of different faiths and non-religious beliefs collaborate to create real social change while being mentored by an MP. The programme brings together emerging leaders from diverse backgrounds across UK universities and equips you with the skills, experience and networks to realise your career aspirations and ambitions. Through MP mentoring you a gain real insight into politics and interactive training gives you the tools to create social change. The programme is fully funded and supported throughout the academic year We welcome applications from students who identify with a faith or belief (religious or not) and aspire to become political or community leaders.

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  • Discretionary Hardship Rate Relief – Revaluation Support for local businesses in Clewer North

    At the Spring Budget, the Government announced £300 million to be distributed across English councils in order to provide additional discretionary support for those facing the steepest increase, specifically as a result of the 2017 revaluation. The amount allocated to RBWM is £678,000 for 2017/18. This support is provided under Section 47 of the Local Government Finance Act 1988.

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