1986 General Review
The area of Cox Green although a suberb of Maidenhead in Berkshire has its own identity. The centre of old Cox Green has now been largely swallowed up by modern housing development. There are four seperate private housing estates, Farmers Way, Ockwells Park, Treesmill and the most recent, Meadowood. Meadowood is now being completed and this should end building in the area. However an area in front of Ockwells Manor is still under some threat.Cox Green has its own shops and community centre. It lacks leisure facilities with no organised open spaces set aside for recreation although there are a large number of children and young people resident in the area.
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