The Cookham Village Design Statement is a formally adopted Supplementary Planning Document of the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.
Packed with photographs, interesting facts and guidance notes, the VDS is:
• Important to reference in all situations where planning
permission is required
• An invaluable source of Cookham community design values for
all who intend to make changes to their property that do not require
Click the cover image to find out more.
Welcome to the Cookham Parish Council website. We hope, through this, to familiarise you with the Parish Council’s role in the community. If you have any comments or useful information, we will be delighted to hear from you. The Parish Council welcomes all your questions, comments and suggestions.
Cookham Parish in Berkshire covers 3 wards, Cookham Village, Cookham Dean and Cookham Rise and is bordered in the north and east by the River Thames with a band of Green Belt separating it from the town of Maidenhead approx 2 miles to the south. The population is around 5,500, the majority of which reside in the more built up environs of Cookham Rise.
Members of the public are welcome to attend Full Council Meetings which are held on the first Tuesday of each month. There is an Open Forum session at the start of each meeting, giving residents the opportunity to raise any issues of concern or interest.
The Planning Committee meets every three weeks to discuss planning applications and associated issues. These meetings also have public participation sections.
Full details of these and all other Committee meetings can be found here on the website or on our notice boards located outside the Parish Office in High Road, outside Pinder Hall in Lower Road, at the junction of Bigfrith Lane with Church Road in Cookham Dean and on the Causeway near to the War Memorial.