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Maidenhead Waterways Restoration Group (Maidenhead Waterways or MW) is a charity set up by the people of Maidenhead for the town of Maidenhead, to restore and enlarge the old waterways that run through Maidenhead town centre. The project is one of the key elements of  the Royal Borough's adopted Area Action Plan to rejuvenate and grow Maidenhead town centre.

Eight sections of the enlarged York Stream arm were complete by end 2017, leaving only the area behind the Colonnade to be built - by Shanly Group as part of its Phase 3 works. The temporary dam has also been removed and flow returned to the York Stream. See the Latest News tab or Current Newsletter for an update. The next stage of works will be the tender and contract for installation of the Green Lane weir later in 2018, which will lift surface water levels throughout the town centre to fill the newly enlarged channels. To view a Youtube 'fly through' of the entire York Stream route - section by section, showing progress as at March 2017 - please see...

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