After consulting on cuts to local bus services earlier in the year to save money, Surrey County Council has revealed that it has been able to make the savings without needing to make all of the proposed cuts, including the well used 324 route from Redhill to Reigate. The consultation exercise had proposed that the [...]Full Story »
The Surrey Waste Partnership (SWP) is launching a consultation to get residents’ views on how the county’s waste should be dealt with. The Partnership, made up of Surrey County Council and the 11 district and borough councils, is revising its Plan for Waste Management in Surrey (formerly the Joint Municipal Waste Management Strategy), which will [...]Full Story »
Reigate & Banstead Borough Council emerged from last Thursday’s Severnside Achievement in Recycling Awards with two awards, beating off competition from far larger organisations in its bid to have the recycling achievements of local residents recognised in these national awards. At the awards ceremony in Cardiff the Borough Council won the Recycling Partnership Award, [...]Full Story »
Following the 2010 Local Elections held on Thursday 6th May, all 3 Reigate Councillors were re-elected for a further 4 year term.
Successful candidates were, Lisa Brunt (Reigate Hill), Adam De Save (Reigate Central) and Frances King (South Park & Woodhatch)
Reigate and Banstead Borough Councillors Adam De Save and Steve Farrer attended the Swedish International Three Day Eventing Team’s build up training for the World Equestrian Games at Littleton Manor Equestrian (‘LMEQ’), Reigate. The Team utilised the facilities that have helped LMEQ attain a prestigious involvement in the build up to London 2012 as one of an elite group of venues that have been asked to be official Pre Games Training Camps where athletes acclimatise before 2012.Full Story »