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Transport

Brooklands Road

As St Georges Hill restricts service vehicles entering the estate, safety and traffic flow is compromised.  Prams find it next to impossible to maneuver around parked vans.

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Town Centre

Morrison’s

Surrey has recommended that the Morrison‘s planning application be refused.

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Parking Transport Weybridge

Residents’ Parking

Weybridge North councillors and the Surrey parking officer met to discuss the results of the latest parking proposals in the ward.  The current scheme affects: Beales Lane, Elmgrove Road, Jessamy Road, Portmore Park Road, Portmore Way, Thames Street and Wey Road.  The most contentious item is Elmgrove Road.  Whilst the majority of people who responded from Elmgrove Road were in favour of the […]

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Parking

Parking

I met with Surrey parking officer to discuss on-street parking

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Safety

Meeting with the Police

Met with with the Weybridge police officers today to catch up on mutual concerns.  The main news

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Town Centre

Scouts bid for a share of the Jubilee Fund

Support First Weybridge’s bid for £5,000 of funding from the Jubilee fund.  The following would be purchased if this application is successful – tables and chairs, notice boards, kitchen equipment, audio and visual equipment. You can offer your support by clicking here

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Safety

Our pot holes

Newly published figures that show Conservative-run Surrey pays out far more in claims for cars damaged on our roads than any other county. Figures published by breakdown firm Britannia Rescue show that in the two year period 2010/11 – 2011/12 Surrey paid out £638,239 in claims for car damage, four times the amount paid out […]

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Transport

Weybridge Society calls for safer streets

A recent survey undertaken by the Weybridge Society has found that burghers have a number of concerns about transport including: speeding and HGVs.

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Countryside Environment Leisure

Broadwater Lake

This is a listed feature in the east of the ward stretching from Greenlands Road to Cowey Sale.  It was developed as the fishing lake for Oatlands Palace, constructed in 1537 by Henry VIII. The palace was demolished around 1650.

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Education

Cleves School

Concerns over Cleves becoming the largest primary school in Britain. Protesters outside Cleves school on Wednesday, 23 May during the school governors meeting. More

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