Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, provides the latest information about work taking place on Surrey’s roads. Her update includes news about the first phase of a project to transform the centre of Leatherhead being completed. It also features the Runnymede roundabout scheme to cut congestion. Map data ©2017 Google
With the Budget looming, Surrey County Council’s leader has called on Chris Grayling to “urgently identify the funding” to develop Crossrail 2. In a letter to the Transport Secretary, David Hodge describes Crossrail 2, which is set to serve Shepperton, Hampton Court and Epsom in Surrey, as a “once in a generation opportunity” to drive … Continue reading
Streetlights will stay on an hour later to 1am in residential areas from next Thursday, Surrey County Council Cabinet Member for Highways Colin Kemp has announced.
The Head of Local Government for KPMG, Joanna Killian, is set to be Surrey County Council’s new Chief Executive. The former Essex County Council chief, who joined world-renowned business consultancy KPMG in 2015, was chosen after a selection process to find a replacement for David McNulty. Subject to Surrey’s Full Council approving the appointment next … Continue reading
A poignant display of falling poppies lit up County Hall to help mark Remembrance Day. The display saw poppies cascading down Surrey County Council’s headquarters as respects were paid to generations of British servicemen and women who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Two near lifesize silhouettes of First World War … Continue reading
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives an update on the work taking place on Surrey’s roads.
Surrey County Council Cabinet Member for Transport Mike Goodman has hit out at the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union’s plans to strike tomorrow and Thursday. The strike will affect passengers using South Western Railway and Southern services.
With temperatures expected to drop at night this weekend, it has been revealed that gritting lorries covered more than 50,000 miles of road last winter to keep Surrey moving – the equivalent of travelling twice around the world. The fleet of 39 gritters is once again prepared for action around the clock while the county … Continue reading
Take a look inside the new Merstham library, which has opened as part of a scheme to give the area a facelift. As well as a range of adult and children’s fiction and non-fiction, it boasts internet-connected computer terminals, laptop plug-in points and free wi-fi. CD audiobooks and DVDs are available for hire and … Continue reading
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives the latest update on work taking place on Surrey’s roads. It includes details of a resurfacing scheme due to start next week in Leatherhead and a drainage project in Chipstead to reduce the chances of flooding.
Hundreds set to descend on careers fair Hundreds of young people are expected to descend on Epsom next month for a major careers fair organised by Surrey County Council and the University of Surrey. It is aimed at young people looking for help in making choices about their career – whether they want information on … Continue reading
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives a round up of the latest work taking place on Surrey’s roads. Schemes highlighted in this update include works to install a toucan crossing for pedestrians and cyclists on a busy road in the Banstead area. She also gives updates on a drainage project at Outwood … Continue reading
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, provides an update on the latest work taking place on Surrey’s roads. In the video below, she highlights road resurfacing work on Hampton Court Bridge, a scheme in Epsom to cut congestion and a drainage project at Outwood Lane in Chipstead to reduce the chances of flooding.
Cabinet Member for the Environment Mike Goodman said: “This consultation is a vital part of our plans to preserve and improve Surrey’s beautiful countryside for years to come. “We want to hear our residents’ views on what matters to them as we face the challenge of dealing with unprecedented budget pressures, particularly from rising … Continue reading
Multi-million pound plans designed to tackle congestion, boost economic growth and help people get around safely have been unveiled for one of Guildford’s busiest routes. Surrey County Council and Guildford Borough Council aim to bid for almost £4 million of funding from local enterprise partnership Enterprise M3 to improve the route between Surrey Research Park and the … Continue reading