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Train journeys record emphasises need for Crossrail 2

Following the news that London and South East passengers made a record 289 million journeys between April and June, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment and Planning Mike Goodman said: “These figures are yet another reason why Crossrail 2 is vital for commuters and the economy. “With daily commuter numbers on the South West … Continue reading

Cabinet Officer Minister praises council

Surrey County Council has been named an ‘Open Data Champion’ by Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude for its digital approach. He named Surrey as one of 16 champions nationally at an event looking at the role of the ‘local authority of the future’. Openly published data can be used to create applications that provide better … Continue reading

Cabinet Office praises Surrey’s roads programme

Surrey County Council’s new five-year approach to improving the county’s roads was today used as an example of excellent work by the Cabinet Office. The government department singled out Surrey’s programme as an example of how to “strip out inefficiencies” and deliver value for money for local taxpayers. Surrey has embarked on a project to … Continue reading

VIDEO: National property initiative launched in Surrey

A national property initiative to ensure councils and the government work together to make best use of public buildings has been launched by Parliamentary Secretary for the Cabinet Office Chloe Smith and Surrey County Council Leader David Hodge at Guildford Fire Station. Feel free to embed the video below. Follow this link for the Cabinet … Continue reading

Cabinet Office praises Surrey’s roads plan

Surrey County Council’s new five year approach to road maintenance planning has been used as an example of excellent work by the Cabinet Office. The Government department used Surrey’s highways programme as an example of ‘how to cut waste, improve efficiency and encourage a more collaborative supply chain’ in the procurement process. Please find the … Continue reading

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