Members of the cabinet gave the green light for it to go before the full council later this month for final consideration.
If the new budget is approved:
Extra cash will be pumped into the adult services and children's services departments, with the former seeing an increase from £36.8million in 2012/13 to £38.9million, and the latter from £15.5million to £16.4million.
Buildings and infrastructure at the area's schools could be improved with £2.1million set aside to finance the work
Schemes which would benefit include the Stafferton Way relief road, for which £50,000 has been allocated for preparatory work, and Charters Leisure Centre, which would receive a £205,000 boost
Redevelopment of facilities at the Manor Green School site in Maidenhead would be paid for with £240,000 of council funding once an ongoing consultation has been completed
But at least 28 staff are at risk of redundancy at a potential cost of £435,000
The council meeting is due to be held on Tuesday, February 19.
There has been some wildflower planting, the clearing of scrubs and verges, the planting of a new hedge 300m in length. Views of nearby landmarks such as Cliveden House and Lord Boston’s Folly have been opened up by this work. Tom Copas, Mount Farm and Nigel Findlay, Hindhay Farm