2014 was a significant election year for Slough. Changes to ward boundaries meant that all the seats on Slough Borough Council were up for election on Thursday 22nd May. Elections to the European Parliament also took place on the same day. 

Thanks to the votes of local residents, Labour retained control of the council and won 33 of the 42 seats.

Over the coming months, Labour will be working to...

 
  • protect local services from Conservative cuts and keep your council properly managed
     
  • ensure you get help to keep living costs down - with a freeze on energy bills and no increase in your Council Tax
     
  • keep Slough's parks improving, and upgrade the last round of local play areas needing renewal
     
  • tackle Slough's housing problems - allocating Council homes to get local people and take action against rogue landlords
     
  • ensure Slough's community facilities are modernised, not closed down by the Tories 
 
 

The Curve

Slough is getting a new main library and performance space called 'The Curve'

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Cycle Hire Scheme

A new bicycle hire scheme is being rolled out across Slough

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Winvale Improvements

Your Labour Council has been working to improve our blocks of flats. Winvale have had external cladding and pitched roofs added.

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Investment in Slough

Your Labour Council has been working to improve the look and feel of Slough with new signs as you enter Slough, new bins and new signs for our parks 

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