Map of Bracknell Forest

This map of Bracknell Forest clearly defines the boundaries of the province and the major cities and capital of this district. Using the information about the cities of this province provided by this map of Bracknell Forest you can make hotel reservations in advance, take care of your travel insurance costs and even contact car hire companies in the area to ensure that your won’t have to worry about these logistical aspects during your actual trip The high level of quality that this map of Bracknell Forest provides an excellent site locator.

Bracknell Forest lies with Berkshire as one of the six authorities that it covers. It is conveniently located at the Southern part of England. Two towns – Sandhurst and Bracknell – are included in the boundaries of Bracknell including the villages of Binfield and Crowthorn. The areas of North Ascot, Winkfield and Warfield are also covered by the Bracknell Forest.

Map of Bracknell Forest showing its proximity to Reading and Greater London

Along the borders of this borough are its neighbouring boroughs particularly the Wokingham Borough Council and the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead. At the south, Hampshire and Surrey lies at its borders. It was in April 1 1974 when the Bracknell Forest was formed and recognised as a non-metropolitan district of Bracknell. The district covered the territory that used to be called the Easthampstead Rural District. This is from this old town that the new town of Bracknell was formed. In May 1988, it was granted a borough status and by then, it also changed its name to Bracknell Forest.

April 1, 1998, the Berkshire County Council was abolished as part of the consequence of the Banham Review. On the same year, the Bracknell Forest Borough council became one unitary authority. Since 2008, reference of the town as a borough was dropped and it retained its name the Bracknell Forest.

There are about 265 listed buildings in the borough and about 254 of which were given grade II status. The Point Royal, however, was given a grade I status. It is the tower block which was built in the 1960s by the renowned Philip Dowson and Derek Sugden of the Arup associates.