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Online map launched to show Surrey’s tree planting

Surrey County Council has launched an online map to show the location of trees and hedges planted in Surrey as part of their 1.2 million trees initiative. Launched in 2019, the campaign aims to facilitate the planting of 1.2 million trees in Surrey, one for every resident, by 2030 and supports the council’s aim to … Continue reading

Surrey wins a further £3 million to help more homes keep warm and lower energy bills

A further 300 householders across Surrey can benefit from the £3 million of funding to help save money on their energy bills. More than 500 Surrey residents have already signed up to make their homes warmer, cut their energy bills and improve their green credentials as part of the “Green Jump Surrey” initiative which is … Continue reading

Norbury Park – Supporting a Green Recovery

Surrey County Council (SCC) is embarking on a new phase for the Norbury Park Estate and is developing future plans to create opportunities and improve visitor services. As Surrey Wildlife Trust and Surrey County Council have agreed that the current operation at the Norbury Park Sawmill will cease, a review is now underway to consider … Continue reading

Surrey County Council supports inaugural business sustainability awards

Surrey County Council is headline sponsor for the new Surrey CREST21 Business Awards, which have been founded by the Woking News & Mail, in association with the University of Surrey’s Centre for Environment and Sustainability. The awards aim to recognise the positive work by businesses, based in and around Woking, to protect the environment and … Continue reading

Donate £3 to plant a tree this Christmas

This festive period, Surrey County Council is asking you to donate £3 to plant a new tree in Surrey. Every year, thousands of us decorate real Christmas trees as an essential and much-loved tradition during the festive season. To support the environment, Surrey is asking you to donate £3, when you buy your Christmas tree, … Continue reading

Preventing and protecting our communities from flooding

Surrey County Council is working hard to protect communities from flooding – and there’s plenty that residents can do themselves to prevent flooding or minimise its impact. Check the risk and be prepared Residents are advised to check their flood risk by visiting flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk or calling the Floodline on 0345 988 1188. There is also … Continue reading

Surrey CC trials booking system at Epsom CRC

Epsom community recycling centre has been chosen to trial a new booking system for the community recycling centre from 5 November. Since the site reopened after lockdown, reduced capacity as a result of social distancing measures has resulted in significant queues. At most other CRCs within Surrey, these queues lessened after an initial period, but … Continue reading

Surrey Wins Millions to Keep Homes Warm and Lower Energy Bills

£6.2 million has been made available to help 600 Surrey households save money on their energy bills. The funding for “Green Jump Surrey” has been awarded through central Government to local authorities across the county and will provide eligible households up to £10,000 to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. In addition to the … Continue reading

What’s your carbon footprint?

Surrey County Council has launched a new tool to help residents understand their carbon footprint and how to reduce it. The online, interactive tool shows the breakdown of an average Surrey resident’s carbon footprint into four categories – travel, home, food and consumer goods. Each section includes an explanation of how we generate carbon, for … Continue reading

CRC service returning to normal days

Following the phased reopening of our community recycling centres, the final three sites will be open from 1 August and all sites will be returning to their normal opening days from the same date. Warlingham, Bagshot and Dorking community recycling centres will be opening from Saturday 1 August for green waste only at the moment. … Continue reading

More Surrey CRCs re-opening

As part of our continued efforts to restore normal services to residents, we will be re-opening Caterham and Cranleigh community recycling centres in early July. Caterham CRC will be opening from Friday 3 July for residents to bring black bag waste and green waste only. Cranleigh CRC will be opening from Saturday 4 July for … Continue reading

New website to get feedback from residents on Climate Change

On World Environment Day, Surrey County Council has launched a new website designed to gather feedback from residents about their views on climate change. This follows the release of Surrey’s Climate Change strategy in April. The new website asks for feedback on four key areas including transport, waste and consumer habits, housing and development, and … Continue reading

CRCs to start accepting more types of waste

From Monday 1 June, residents will be able to take more types of waste to Surrey’s community recycling centres. Ten of Surrey’s CRCs were reopened on 11 May, but only for black bag waste and garden waste. From 1 June more materials, including wood, scrap metal, small electronics and white goods, will be accepted once … Continue reading

VIDEO: New Surrey County Council Leader announces plan to leave County Hall

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

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