A report on the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games is due to be discussed by the Royal Borough's cabinet tonight.
The 45-page document covers the work carried out in the run up to the Games, and the resulting achievements and benefits they brought, as well as the ways the council hopes to continue to maximise them.
Also on the agenda for discussion at the meeting was a report suggesting Manor Green School expands into the respite unit on its Elizabeth Hawkes Way site to provide extra places, among other proposals.
The report recommended the idea be put out for consultation.
Plans for a 13th library in the borough, to be sited at Boyn Grove Community Resource Centre, were also on the agenda.
Members are also expected to receive a report on the financial problems that affected Windsor Boys School in recent months.
The meeting takes place at Windsor Guildhall.
Top Ten Articles