As Surrey County Council’s Pavement Horizon project reached its first anniversary today, it was revealed that the drive to overhaul footpaths was close to covering 56 miles. New Cabinet Member for Highways Colin Kemp confirmed the progress being made as he checked out work at Oakwood Road in Windlesham. The scheme was launched by John Furey … Continue reading
Surrey County Council’s scheme to boost access to key community services is closing in on improving 50 miles of pavements. Almost 46 miles of footpaths have benefited from a new surface with nearly two more miles due to be completed by the end of the month. Among the latest to get the Pavement Horizon treatment are … Continue reading
Enough footpaths have already been given the Pavement Horizon treatment to cover the distance from Guildford to Portsmouth by car. Laid end to end, all the work completed by the end of last month would stretch 43 miles – roughly the equivalent of driving from Camberley in west Surrey to Lingfield in the south east of the … Continue reading
Nearly 42 miles of footpaths are set to be improved next year in Surrey to help people get to key community services – roughly the distance from Guildford to Portsmouth by car. Surrey County Council has revealed a provisional list of hundreds of pavements that are in line to be resurfaced from April as part … Continue reading
David Hodge used today’s Full Council meeting to talk about the successes of his five years as Surrey County Council’s leader, the challenges the authority faces and the opportunities for health and social care services.
All the pictures are available to download on Flickr. Around 18 miles of footpaths have been overhauled in the first four months of Surrey County Council’s Pavement Horizon project – nearly the equivalent of driving from central London to Esher. Pavements at Hurstleigh Drive in Redhill and Wallace Close in Guildford are among those to benefit from … Continue reading
All the pictures are available to download on Flickr. Work on the first footpaths to get the Pavement Horizon treatment has finished as Surrey County Council’s scheme to help pedestrians reach key community services gathers pace. Among the pavements to receive a smooth new surface are Brokes Crescent in Reigate, where Cabinet Member for Highways … Continue reading
Nearly 75,000 adults in Surrey have ditched the car or public transport and taken up walking regularly in their daily lives in the last three years, according to official figures. Department for Transport statistics reveal that the number of residents making journeys of 10 minutes or more on foot three times a week has climbed … Continue reading
The latest footpaths to be overhauled in Surrey County Council’s Pavement Horizon project have been unveiled. The authority has released dates when work is set to begin on resurfacing more than three-and-a-half miles of pavements as part of the scheme to improve access to schools, doctors’ surgeries and town centres. Nearly three-quarters of a mile more has … Continue reading
Enough footpaths are already being given the Pavement Horizon treatment to cover the length of the football pitch being used for the Euro 2016 final more than 87 times over. Laid end to end all the work started since the scheme launched on 11 May stretches roughly the distance by car from the Louvre Museum in central … Continue reading
More footpaths are being given the Pavement Horizon treatment as part of a Surrey County Council scheme to help pedestrians use key community services. The £20 million programme, which will last up to six years, will see more than 200 miles of pavements rebuilt. It was launched last month at Brokes Crescent, Reigate, by the … Continue reading
Trade magazine the MJ has published an article by Surrey County Council leader David Hodge about last month’s launch of a £1 million fund to boost local shopping parades and village centres. This week the authority unveiled a £3m fund for retail areas beyond the centres of large towns in Surrey or shopping streets in smaller ones. … Continue reading
John Furey today launched Surrey County Council’s Pavement Horizon project to rebuild more than 200 miles of footpaths. The Cabinet Member for Highways was at Brokes Crescent in Reigate to help get the programme, which will last up to six years, under way.