Responding to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government announcement of a £95 million grant to support road improvements and unlock new housing on the A320 Guildford Road in Woking, Colin Kemp, Deputy Leader of Surrey County Council, said: “We’re delighted that this funding has been awarded as it will help deliver infrastructure improvements … Continue reading
The new Leader of Surrey County Council has used his acceptance speech to announce plans to leave County Hall in Kingston. Tim Oliver, the county councillor for Weybridge, was this morning (Tuesday 11 December, 2018) elected to lead the authority and immediately revealed the plans to fellow councillors. Taking over from David Hodge who stepped … Continue reading
Cabinet Member for Highways Colin Kemp has revealed that more than 200 roads have already been improved thanks to the investment of an extra £20 million in repairs. He told a Cabinet meeting that the work being done was “making a difference to Surrey’s roads” and added: “It would be so much better to have … Continue reading
Artist impressions have been unveiled by a newly launched property partnership to show how some of the first completed Surrey homes could look. Surrey County Council and Places for People have released images of planned developments at Dene Street, Dorking, and High Street, Egham. The two projects are set to provide 22 flats or houses … Continue reading
Months into the county council’s programme of road repairs following the investment of an extra £20 million in improvements across Surrey, here’s a map of work already completed and a video showing some ‘before’ and ‘after’ views. Surrey County Council Lead Cabinet Member for Place Colin Kemp said: “We’ve made an excellent start and many … Continue reading
More roads have been added to the repairs list following the county council’s investment of an extra £20 million in making improvements across Surrey. Last month the council revealed that an additional £15m was being invested in “extensive repairs”. That was on top of the extra £5m announced in March. Lead Cabinet Member for Place Colin … Continue reading
The first roads that are set to benefit from Surrey County Council’s investment of an extra £20 million have been revealed by Lead Cabinet Member for Place Colin Kemp after the authority announced last month that a further £15m was being invested in “extensive repairs” to Surrey’s roads on top of the £5m previously confirmed.
Following Surrey County Council’s investment of an extra £5 million to deal with damage caused by the recent severe weather, work got under way today at Stoughton Road in Guildford and Seven Hills Road in Elmbridge. Cabinet Member for Highways Colin Kemp went along to check on progress. Colin Kemp gives a live update from … Continue reading
Work has started to deal with damage to roads caused by ice and snow after Surrey County Council announced it was investing an extra £5 million last month. The council’s highways team is carrying out repairs at Ashurst Road in Ash Vale and today Cabinet Member for Highways Colin Kemp outlined immediate action at Seven … Continue reading
With temperatures set to drop and snow forecast in Surrey over the weekend, our gritters will be going out spreading salt over the weekend starting at 4am on Saturday morning. Surrey County Council stockpiled 14,500 tonnes of salt ahead of the winter and has a fleet of 39 gritters to help keep the county moving, … Continue reading
Following the announcement by Surrey Leader David Hodge on BBC Surrey that the council is investing an extra £5 million in repairing the damage caused by the recent wintry weather, Cabinet member for Highways Colin Kemp gives more details.
With snow falling in Surrey, the council’s fleet of gritters has been out spreading salt on the county’s roads. Surrey County Council stockpiled 14,500 tonnes of salt ahead of the winter and has a fleet of 39 gritters to help keep the county moving, while an army of farmers equipped with spreaders and ploughs are ready … Continue reading
Farm Project recognised for helping young people A Surrey County Council project where disadvantaged young people get hands-on work experience with animals and farming has been named as one of the best in the country at the Children and Young People Now Awards. The Farm Project, in Outwood, Tandridge, provides a relaxed atmosphere to help … Continue reading
Here are the latest pictures of the county council’s scheme to widen and resurface Runnymede roundabout, which aims to reduce congestion at one of Surrey’s worst traffic blackspots. Colin Kemp, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Highways, said: “Good roads help businesses grow and residents go about daily life.” More information about the project can … Continue reading
A delegation of Chinese transport officials have visited Surrey to learn about how the county council manages its roads. The visitors from the Jiangxi Provincial Transport Department in the south east of the country wanted to find out about the council’s approach to maintaining and improving its 3,300-mile network. Led by General Engineer Hu Zhao … Continue reading