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BBC Surrey interview about plans for trading arm

BBC Surrey presenter Nigel Williams has interviewed Strategic Director for Change and Efficiency Julie Fisher about Surrey County Council’s plans for a trading arm to generate income that can be reinvested in services. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

BBC Surrey interview about Eco Park

Cabinet Member for Transport and Environment John Furey was interviewed by BBC Surrey’s Nick Wallis about Surrey County Council’s plans to create an Eco Park. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

BBC Surrey interview – gritters in action

Cabinet Member for Transport and Environment John Furey was interviewed today by BBC Surrey about keeping the county moving in snow and ice. The broadcast also featured the work done by gritting teams based at the Godstone depot. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

BBC Surrey interview on Heritage Farm Nurseries

BBC Surrey’s Nigel Williams has interviewed Surrey County Council deputy leader Peter Martin about Heritage Farm Nurseries. You can listen to the interview below. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

BBC radio interview – investing in Surrey

Peter Martin, deputy leader of Surrey County Council, was interviewed on BBC Surrey radio about the benefits of Government investment in Surrey and the rest of the South East. The interview came after research revealed the region will contribute more than a third of the nation’s entire tax income this year. The interview was broadcast … Continue reading

BBC Surrey interview on plans to impove roads

Surrey County Council’s cabinet member for environment and transport John Furey discussed plans to improve Surrey’s roads with BBC Surrey. Listen to the interview below.

BBC Surrey interview about council’s decision to hold event at Farnham Castle

Deputy leader Peter Martin talks to BBC Surrey presenter Nigel Williams about the county council’s decision to hold an event at Farnham Castle. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

BBC Surrey interview about new advice centres for people with dementia

BBC Surrey presenter Nigel Williams has interviewed Surrey County Council’s Strategic Director for Adult Social Care Sarah Mitchell about four new advice centres being opened for people with dementia as part of plans for a county-wide network. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

Deputy Leader interviewed about superfast broadband

Deputy Leader of Surrey County Council was interviewed about how plans to roll out superfast broadband to virtually every home and business in Surrey can now go ahead, following a green light from the EU. -Audio Courtesy of BBC Surrey Read more about the plans here.

BBC Surrey interviews John Furey about roads being safer in downturn

Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Transport and Environment John Furey explained why the road deaths have fallen in the economic downturn in an interview with BBC Surrey presenter Nigel Williams about national research commissioned by the authority’s road safety experts. – Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

Kay Hammond interviewed about Horley fire station

Cabinet Member for Community Safety Kay Hammond was interviewed on BBC Surrey about plans to continue providing fire cover to Horley residents when West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service remove their fire engine. -Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey  

BBC Surrey interviews Cabinet Member about energy switching scheme

Cabinet Member for Change and Efficiency Denise Le Gal was interviewed by BBC Surrey’s Mark Carter about Surrey County Council’s new collective energy switching scheme, which aims to bring homes and businesses together to drive down the cost of gas and electricity. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

Youth head interviewed by BBC about new approach from council

Head of Youth Support Services Ben Byrne tells BBC Surrey presenter Mark Carter about Surrey County Council’s use of the principles of restorative justice to improve services to residents and save money after they produced impressive results with young people. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey.

Leader David Hodge interviewed about Magna Carta pledge

BBC Surrey presenter Mark Carter talks to leader David Hodge about Surrey County Council’s pledge to contribute £5 million towards a planned visitor centre in Runnymede ahead of the Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary celebrations in 2015. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey.

BBC Surrey interview Peter Martin about superfast broadband deal

Peter Martin has been interviewed by BBC Surrey about a deal with BT to provide superfast broadband that will make Surrey the best connected county in the UK. Surrey County Council’s deputy leader told presenter Sarah Gorrell that the high-speed network will provide a major boost for businesses and households. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

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