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This is the Liberal Democrat Manifesto for Elmbridge

Safer, Greener, Smarter Environment Climate Change is an existential threat to humankind.  We will put Elmbridge on a path to become carbon neutral and will adopt appropriate policies to this end. We will work with local businesses and residents to identify and implement smart and practical measures to achieve our goal. This work will bring […]

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Elmbridge government Planning Weybridge

CIL bids in Weybridge

Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL. Manby Lodge School Artificial Pitch & Garden Area – £17,000 (matched by £15,000) – score 74% The application is to install an artificial grass pitch and enlarge the garden area. The project would replace the ball court area […]

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Elmbridge government Planning

Manby Lodge School Artificial Pitch & Garden Area

Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL. Manby Lodge School Artificial Pitch & Garden Area – £17,000 (matched by £15,000) – score 74% The application is to install an artificial grass pitch and enlarge the garden area. The project would replace the ball court area […]

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Elmbridge government Planning

Heathside School Paved Area & Outdoor Shelter

Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL. Heathside School Paved Area & Outdoor Shelter – £58,859 (matched by £47,000) – score 74% The application is to install a canopy and paved area to create an outdoor shelter. Area that is created would provide the additional […]

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Elmbridge government Planning Weybridge

Broad Water Surveys

Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL. Broad Water Surveys – £31,200 (no matched funding) – score 64% The application is to carry out two surveys of the lake. The silt volume and works needed to reinstate the lake surveys would provide the information needed […]

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High Street Streetscape

Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL. High Street Streetscape Project – £128,000 (Not match funded) – score 70% This application is to deliver the standard required for materials, electrical and water requirement for the project.  These upgrades will be delivered during construction and installation […]

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Elmbridge government Planning Weybridge

Brooklands Museum Clubhouse

Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL. Brooklands Museum Clubhouse Access Project £170,000 (matched by £30,000) – score 66% The application is to install a lift and step free access to the Clubhouse. The installation of these new components would upgrade the building, which is […]

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Broad Water Remedial Works

Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL. Broad Water Remedial Works – £8,000 (matched by £5,000) – score 72% The application is to carry out remedial works to the north-east end of Broadwater Lake. The works would clear the silt and overgrown vegetation, which will […]

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Planning Weybridge

Conservation wins the day

On Tuesday, 27th November, Elmbridge Borough Council Full Planning Committee overturned the decision of the sub-committee which deals with planning decisions in Weybridge, and refused permission to build ten flats at the junction of Balfour and Devonshire Roads. The position of the proposed building, in Weybridge Town Centre Conservation area, is just beyond the junction […]

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Weybridge Town Meeting

On Monday 2 July, about 60 people met in the Weybridge Centre for our first open town meeting. The idea behind this meeting was to provide a space where issues, suggestions and improvements to the town could be discussed. And where the agenda was compiled by the participants and not by local politicians or interest […]