Dubbed the Silicon Valley of hardware, Shenzhen has built its success on far more than nuts, bolts and circuit boards

    While Silicon Valley is still ground zero for tech titans and the most ambitious start-ups, it is in the Chinese city of Shenzhen that things actually get made. And now, says David Baker, the city’s quick-fire manufacturing is pulling in a new generation of designers and developers.

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  • Youthful councillors are up for a national award

    Two Windsor councillors have been shortlisted for a national award.

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    While San Francisco is the undisputed power source of the global tech scene, there are bright sparks and live wires in a host of rising tech hubs. There are ten cities cracking the code.

    How can you spot the world’s next Silicon Valley? According to Megan Walters, head of Asia-Pacific research at property-investment firm JLL, look for inspirational education, a young and eager workforce, interesting jobs and visionary investors. Here are ten cities that are already threatening California’s high-tech dominance.

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  • TVP Police Update following Parsons Green Terrorist Attack

    You will be aware that on Friday 15th September 2017, the Prime Minister raised the nation threat level to ‘Critical’ following the terrorist attack on the underground at Parsons Green in London.

    As one of your local councillors in Clewer North, I remain committed to ensuring that my local residents’ safety comes first. Please do reach out to me if you are at all concerned.

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  • Brief Spotlight: Up Close & Personal

    How long have you lived in the borough?

    I grew up in the Borough so it’s been around 27 years in Windsor and I went to school at Haileybury which then merged with Lambrook.

    How long have you been a councillor?

    I was elected in May 2015 so I have been a councillor for 2 years now for the Conservative party.

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  • Cllr Bhatti launches new Tech business

    Earlier in the year, I left the city job and did something quite ambitious and setup my own business. Through word of mouth and from referrals young people and tech enthusiasts began to arrange meetings to pitch to me for investment and advice. At the time of writing, 30 different companies/individuals have pitched to me for investment in the space of 6 months.

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  • More Road Resurfacing/Patching

    Thanks to lobbying from local councillors many Clewer North roads have been resurfaced or included in the Borough’s Highways Schedule for inspection.

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  • More Award nominations for Cllr Hashim Bhatti

    Cllr Bhatti was selected as one of the top 20 finalists at the JCI Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World Program (JCI TOYP) after winning the JCI UK award last year.

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  • New Speed Signs and Zebra Crossings in Dedworth

    Cllr Bhatti and Cllr Pryer have ensured that speed limit signs have been installed on Gally’s Road. Despite the speed humps and parked cars on the road some motorists still go too fast. We have also delivered on a promise to residents in Tudor Way to get a speed sign installed.

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  • Unauthorised Traveller Encampments on Whiteley, Maidenhead Road

    As many of you will be aware, there is an unauthorised encampment on the green space at Whiteley with 19 caravan units and 24 vehicles occupying the land.

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