Spot the Difference! Maidenhead Waterways Restoration – A Story in Pictures Home » Current Project Update» Spot the Difference! Maidenhead Waterways Restoration – A Story in Pictures Spot the Difference! Maidenhead Waterways Restoration – A Story in Pictures As the Maidenhead Waterways Restoration works progress in the town centre, locals and regular visitors to Maidenhead will certainly have noticed the massive changes going on since the project began. Principal contractors performing the Maidenhead Waterways Restoration project Greenford Ltd, have not only been diligently completing these transformative works, but have also been cataloguing every stage of the scheme with photographs. This now vast database covers when the works first began back in 2015 right up to today and it was using this resource of image files that Greenford were able to produce ‘Before & After’ compilations which show just how far this project has come. Greenford Communications Manager Tara Maguire said “Even though the works are still in progress, it is amazing to see the difference between now and when the project started. Greenford are very proud to be a part of this scheme to rejuvenate and reinvent Maidenhead’s town centre and we are thrilled these photographs give the public an idea as to what the finished product will be.” The restoration of the Maidenhead waterways is the result of a scheme 10 years in the making by local charity Maidenhead Waterways Restoration Group, and is being implemented by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead as part of the Royal Borough’s Area Action Plan (AAP). The AAP is widespread and covers a range of aspects including delivering attractive streets and places, new shops, homes and business and leisure opportunities. You can find out more about the AAP by visiting the Royal Borough’s website – www3.rbwm.gov.uk You can find out more about the Maidenhead Waterways Restoration Group, their plan and latest updates by visiting their website at – http://www.maidenheadwaterways.org To view the full works gallery please visit our Works Gallery page by clicking here.