Please click here for Runnymede Borough Councils response to the recent failure of their local plan

UPDATE: A320 road closure diversion

To enable Amey Plc. to replace and connect the water mains effectively and safely it will be necessary to close A320 Guildford Road & D3046 Foxhills Road.  The works are anticipated to be carried out between the hours of 07:00 and 19:00 in two phases of the six month period of operation commencing on 4th August 2014. Advanced warning signs will be displayed and the temporary closures will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed.

Access will be maintained at all times for pedestrians, emergency vehicles, residents and businesses however in the event that it is necessary to restrict any access at any time under Section 3 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 the road can only be closed for a maximum of 8 hours in any 24-hour period.

Significant traffic impact with delays should be planned for.  A signed diversion route will be in place along Woodham Lane, New Haw Road, Brighton Road, High Street, Chertsey Road, St Peters Way, Guildford Road. 

Click here for details of the closure & diversions in place for A320 Guildford Road

Click here for details of the closure & diversions in place for D3046 Foxhills Road

Update on the ‘Save our Park’ Village Green Enquiry

On the 30th June the Inquiry was held into the application with Surrey County Council to grant Palmer Crescent Play Area Village Green Status. Attended by Runnymede Borough Council and represented by their QC and “Save Our Park” group represented by their own Barrister. The evidence was presented to the Inspector who will now report his findings and recommendations to Surrey County Council. We expect to hear the outcome of the decision sometime in the autumn.

Chobham Common/DERA North Development Questionnaire

Surrey Wildlife Trust is working close with Imperial College to look at the impact of potential developments (DERA for example) around Chobham Common and is encouraging as many users and user groups to complete this survey, which should only take a few minutes.

They would appreciate it if you could complete the survey as they need as much weight as possible to strengthen their argument against any future developments.


Save Our Park – Palmer Crescent Ottershaw

Sadly the council voted against reversing the decision to sell the parkland for housing.  Residents are undeterred and will continue their inquiry into village green status for the park


Runnymede Borough Council has agreed to the sale of the land in Palmer Crescent which the Murray House Play Area is located on. If you don’t want to lose this open space then support our Campaign!!!

Please link to post for details

Reminder about aircraft noise from Fairoaks

If you have been bothered by unwelcome noise from light aircraft or helicopters you can lodge a complaint.  

Follow this link.

Planning Applications in Foxhills Ward

Recent planning applications in the Foxhills ward may be viewed on the Runnymede Borough Council website , and selecting “Foxhills” from the Ward drop down menu.

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