Leader to speak at Surrey planning meeting to protect residents from additional lorry movements at Oxted Quarry

The Leader of Tandridge District Council will speak at today’s Surrey County Council’s Planning and Regulatory Committee, at it considers approving new conditions which would allow a maximum daily cap of 156 daily traffic movements by heavy goods vehicles (HGVs). Councillor Martin Fisher, will speak at the meeting as the quarry falls within his ward (Oxted North & Tandridge) and strongly contest this level of traffic movement and associated activity is unacceptable and dangerous for residents living in the area.

Adoption changes lives

This National Adoption Week, from 15 to 21 October 2018, Surrey County Council is urging residents who may want to adopt, but don’t think they will be considered, to contact them. 

Annual Community Safety Review – Tuesday 6 November

Tandridge District Council is inviting businesses and residents to the annual review of community safety in the district being held on Tuesday 6 November at the Council Offices, Oxted at 7pm. The meeting is open to residents and businesses and is an opportunity for people to have their say about the issues affecting them and discuss how these can be solved by working together. Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner, David Munro, Council Chief Executive, Louise Round and Borough Commander,...

Consultation starts on Douglas Brunton Centre and services for older people

Tandridge District Council and the Douglas Brunton Steering Committee have launched a consultation to find out more about how people might use the Douglas Brunton Centre in Caterham and what services and activities would be of benefit to older people in the district. The Council and the committee are keen to get feedback about how existing services could be improved or extended and whether there are different activities and services which would encourage more people to use them. This is...