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Elmbridge government Planning Weybridge

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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Education Safety Transport Weybridge

Footpath on the news

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Elmbridge government Leisure Weybridge

Far From the Madding Crowd

Swans canoodling on the Broad Water. If you want to explore a newly opened part of Weybridge, simply walk around the new Broad Water path circuit.  The walk is about three miles long and can be accessed in several places.  From the Thames Path at Cowey Sale car park, Shepperton and Thames Path opposite D’Oyly […]

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Claygate Countryside Culture Environment

Notice Board for Claygate Village.

A new notice board for Claygate has been erected at the end of Coverts Road today. This was created for the benefit of the local residents (who live some distance from the centre of the village) as well as the many visitors that come here. Since living in this part of Claygate, I have noticed […]

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Business Education Leisure Planning Safety Transport

Cycling in Weybridge

To reduce congestion we need as many journeys made by cycling as possible. To encourage people to cycle we need residential streets with 20mph limits and main roads with well designed cycling facilities.  Weybridge is no exception. What does putting cycling first do for us? It helps to reduce crime and congestion and it increases […]

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Town Centre

Plans for improving Weybridge

Representatives of the Weybridge Town Business Group (my company is a member) and the Weybridge Society transport panel, which I founded, host a very interesting meeting to which they had visited local councillors of both Elmbridge and Surrey plus a number of officers from both administrations along with representatives of other local interested groups. Tony […]

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Health Safety Town Centre Transport

Cycling

A number of people gave positive feedback about my piece on traffic in the most recent Focus – but what about cycling said some. I could not agree more.  In my day job I not only provide, what I believe to be, the country’s best cycle insurance policy but I have campaigned for over twenty […]

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Countryside Health

Broadwater Lake

There has been good progress and it is now possible to walk most of the route.   There is some clearance work needed on the western end which the borough is carrying out with its own team.  This should be completed by the Spring.  Phase two involves the county dedicating the path whereby it is officially […]

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Countryside Environment Leisure

Broadwater Lake

There has been good progress and it is now possible to walk most of the route.   There is some clearance work needed on the western end which the borough is carrying out with its own team.  This should be completed by the Spring.  Phase two involves the county dedicating the path whereby it is officially […]

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Countryside Environment Leisure

Broadwater Lake

Following pressure from the Broadwater Lake Society with Focus team the borough’s strategic director, Ray Lee, has begun to bring the interested parties – landowners, tenants, Surrey and other bodies, together to discuss the causes of the delay in implementing the path on the north side and how they might be overcome.  The Walton Bridge […]