kevin deanus

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Surrey County Council agree new parking and traffic enforcement contract

Surrey County Council have agreed a new seven year parking and traffic enforcement contract with Marston Holdings Ltd. The contract will mean that parking and traffic enforcement will be operated in partnership between the council and Marston, helping to achieve the council’s transport objectives. Cabinet Member for Highways and Community Resilience, Kevin Deanus said: “The … Continue reading

Reminder – have your say on new plans for major Surrey flood and new green space proposals

A public consultation asking for views on new plans which respond to the challenges of flooding and creating more access to open green spaces and sustainable travel routes has now reached its halfway point, and additional online events have been added due to popular demand. The scheme, which includes a new flood channel, will reduce … Continue reading

Time to be prepared for flooding 

It’s Flood Action Week, so it’s time for Surrey residents who live near rivers or other watercourses, or who can be impacted by surface water or groundwater flooding, to be prepared in case of severe weather over the winter months. With 13 flood alerts currently in place in Surrey making sure you’re aware of your … Continue reading

Horsell Common site to help protect local residents from flooding

Surrey County Council is working with the Horsell Common Preservation Society and Woking Borough Council to help prevent flash flooding of properties around Horsell Common in Woking. Properties in the Horsell, Canalside, Mount Herman and Pyrford ward areas of Woking have experienced significant flooding over the past six years. To help address this, three pools … Continue reading

16 new firefighters join Surrey Fire and Rescue Service

Yesterday (Sunday 7 August), Surrey Fire and Rescue Service welcomed 16 new firefighters at a pass out parade. The firefighters will be based at a Haslemere, Banstead, Walton, Egham, Camberley, Dorking, Godstone, Fordbridge, Guildford, Esher, Woking and Leatherhead Fire Stations. The group were presented their certificates and welcomed to the service by the Service’s Chief … Continue reading

Final defendant sentenced following Trading Standards investigation

The final defendant in a case dating back to 2018 has been sentenced for their role as an accomplice in carrying out fraudulent roofing works. Sukhdeep Singh (43, Buckinghamshire), works as a roofer and has a company called Roof Masters West London Ltd, and would also often work as a subcontractor for others. In this … Continue reading

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service donates two vehicles to Ukraine

Six Surrey Fire and Rescue Service staff members set off to Poland today (Tuesday 3 May) to donate two 4×4 Landrover vehicles to the Ukrainian Fire and Rescue Service. The vehicles, which have been decommissioned by the service, are typically used for off-road/rural firefighting, however during COVID they were used to deliver PPE around the … Continue reading

Tier 2 Market Engagement Starts in £275 million River Thames Scheme contractor search

The River Thames Scheme is inviting tier 2 suppliers and small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to take part in phase two of its market engagement exercise.  This next chapter will set out formal procurement plans as part of its search for firms to build the £501 million flood alleviation scheme. Draft design proposals and … Continue reading

Shopkeeper selling counterfeit and illicit goods sentenced after Trading Standards investigation

A shopkeeper selling counterfeit and illicit goods has been sentenced to 12 months community service following a Police and Trading Standards investigation. The first hearing was held at High Wycombe Magistrates on Wednesday 19 January. Mandeep Singh-Soni (50, Southall) pleaded guilty to six counts, including one count under the Psychoactive Substances Act 2016, two counts … Continue reading

Inspection report shows Surrey Fire and Rescue Service is in “much better shape”

A new report, published today (Wednesday 15 December 2021), shows improvements have been made to Surrey Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS). The report by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS) showed an improvement in six out of the 11 categories assessed – five of which have been rated as ‘good’. … Continue reading


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