Improving Queens Park

Our work to improve Queens Park in Caterham has reached an important point, following feedback from residents who regularly use it.

Three successful planning enforcement prosecutions

On Wednesday 8 February, Tandridge District Council had three successful prosecutions heard at Guildford Magistrates’ Court, amounting to total fines and costs of £11,703. Mr and Mrs McDonald of Tatsfield, pleaded guilty of failing to comply with a Planning Enforcement Notice requiring them to remove a building on their property. They were fined £4,000 and ordered to pay the Council’s costs of £1,211. The McDonalds have agreed to remove the building by the...

Tandridge Together Community Fund awards £27,795 to local organisations

The Tandridge Together Community Fund has awarded £27,795, in grants of up to £2,000 to local organisations to help fund initiatives, which will directly benefit the health and wellbeing of residents. These grants will help a number of projects, such as: Supporting specialist training. Offering people with financial concerns access to confidential advice. Providing a specialist counsellor for people who breastfeed, a referral co-ordinator at a baby bank and a music...

Have you got Voter ID?

If you want to vote in a polling station at the local elections on Thursday 4 May, you’ll need to bring photo ID with you, otherwise you won’t be able to vote. This is a new requirement following changes to the law. Your ID needs to be the original and not a photocopy and can be: A passport. A driving licence (including provisional licence). Blue Badge. Identity card with PASS mark (Proof of Age Standards Scheme). Certain concessionary travel cards. Biometric...