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Sign up for the free airAlert scheme

Those affected by asthma, other respiratory illnesses and heart conditions can find their health is affected by poor air quality. The local airAlert scheme can help residents manage their health by sending registered users a text, e-mail or voicemail message letting them know when poor air quality is predicted in their area. This allows people with health problems or their carers to make choices on what they do, where they go and whether they need to take medication with them.


Make sure you’re registered to vote

Over 65% of residents in the Tandridge district have already returned their Household Enquiry Forms (HEF) and confirmed their details on the electoral register. 

At the moment, residents in the 12,828 properties who have not yet responded may not be able to vote in future elections. Each household should have received the form by e-mail or post and it is important they are checked, completed and returned. Reminders are now being sent to households which have not responded. 


Delays to recycling and rubbish collections

There have been several vehicle breakdowns this week which has caused delays to the collection of recycling and rubbish. If your rubbish or recycling was due to be collected on Thursday 15 or Friday 16 August but your road has been missed, please leave your bins out for collection on Saturday.


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