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Woking transport and housing scheme passes latest milestone

Responding to Woking Borough Council approving the next stage of a £115 million housing, road and rail scheme for Woking town centre, Colin Kemp, Deputy Leader of Surrey County Council, said: “I’m pleased that another key milestone has been passed as we prepare to turn these ambitious plans for Woking Town Centre and the surrounding … Continue reading

Surrey Pride 2020

Building on the success of last year’s first ever Surrey Pride, Surrey County Council are pleased to announce their support for Surrey Pride 2020. This year’s launch event took place at the HG Wells Conference and Event Centre in Woking where this year’s sponsors and events were revealed. This year Surrey Pride will be going … Continue reading

Kier Highways and Oxted branch of Yorkshire Building Society win awards for supporting Surrey communities

A highways firm has been recognised by Surrey County Council for a scheme which puts vulnerable young people on the road to a career. Kier Highways was named one of two winners of the We Are Surrey 2019 Social Value Awards for supporting young people who are struggling to find a footing in the world … Continue reading

New Cabinet revealed

Surrey County Council Leader David Hodge today revealed his new Cabinet. At the first Full Council meeting since the elections, Mr Hodge confirmed Peter Martin will continue as Deputy Leader and unveiled four Cabinet Associate Members, who will provide support for portfolio holders. The full Cabinet list is below. Cabinet Member for Transport, Highways and … Continue reading

Start-ups defy the downturn

Surrey is defying the downturn according to research by Barclays that revealed the county has more start-up businesses with big turnovers than anywhere outside London. The Barclays figures show around one in seven Surrey companies that started up in the past three years are turning over more than £100,000 annually, compared to the national average … Continue reading

Parts of Surrey cannot get broadband speeds

Internet users in parts of Surrey still cannot get broadband speeds, it has been revealed. Connection speeds in areas of Surrey such as Ripley, Ottershaw, Tatsfield and Frensham remain on a par with the old-fashioned dial-up internet service. In those places, some residents and businesses have reported speeds between 0.2mbps (mega bits per second) and … Continue reading

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