A WINDSOR hotel could see its car park revamped - is just one of the many planning applications submitted or determined by Slough Borough Council or the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

To view more details for each application, go to the respective council’s planning portal with the reference number attached.

Part demolition and reconstruction of existing rear boundary wall, relocation, and replacement of existing car park barrier and bollards, alterations to the existing access ramp and associated works at Mercure Castle Hotel, 18 High Street, Windsor (21/01800/FULL).

The owners of the grade II listed hotel want to create an “attractive” entrance and improve access arrangements to the hotel for their guests as well as adding a replacement car barrier to give additional car parking security.

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The proposals seeks to remove a small part of a wall at the rear of the hotel and rebuilt it with a new pillar in a new location which will facilitate a more “defined” and access route for guests to improve visitor experience.

The new arrangements will allow for an improved and upgraded access control system which will increase the car park security.

This could also involve removing three existing parking bays and the existing concrete raised platform.

Royal Borough planning officers have yet to decide whether or not to grant permission.

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Major refurbishment works and improved access at Slough train station in Slough (S/00746/000).

Following works in 2012, developers want to improve public realm works and better interchange facilities for pedestrians, cyclists, buses, and taxis.

This is to improve access to the Slough railway station.

The northern forecourt is now proposed to be the focus of such works to improve the public space within this area.

Some of the works include widening of Railway Terrace to accommodate on-street parking provision and footpath on either side of the carriageway, new paved pedestrian and vehicular areas to the north of the station building, and a new one-way system through the lower car park to the west of station building.

Other works also involve amendments to ticket machines and signage locations and new anti-terrorism measures in front of the station entrance.

Slough planning officers gave the plans the go-ahead.