Councillors David Elms, Dennis Paul & Keith Witham welcome recent budget statement.
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Two residents from Ripley who were responsible for flytipping behind Pitch Place, Keens Lane Worplesdon, have been fined £300 by Guildford Borough Council's Joint Enforcement Team (JET) officers after they gave their household waste to someone who later fly tipped it. The couple who had recently refurbished their bathroom were approached by a man...
The wider Worplesdon area is one of the safest places to live, according to local crime figures - with low levels of crime. There is always crime and our area is no exception - BUT we are blessed to live in one of the safest areas of Guildford and Surrey.
Our local Police Area includes Broadacres, Fairlands, Jacobs...
Following a recent enquiry from a resident about recycling from commercial premises at the Fairlands shop parade, Councillor David Elms has been assured that shop owners waste collection fees are inclusive of sorting and separating landfill rubbish from that which can be recycled .
A resident pled guilty to fly-tipping and has to pay over £800 in fines and costs, after household waste was found dumped around a Council-owned garage block.
Surrey Fire and Rescue - Update.
A Prototype Electric Fire Engine has been on trial in Surrey (photo). Fire and Rescue services from across London and the South East came to Surrey to see the prototype electric fire engine put through its paces. The Fire Truck has barely any exhaust emissions and boasts a range of other innovative features. ...
Nine new fully electric, zero emission buses are set to be introduced on the Guildford park and ride service in January. Surrey County Council and Stagecoach have worked in partnership to bring the single-decker buses, built by Guildford based manufacturer Alexander Dennis, to the town. This is fantastic news for Guildford. Not only will the new...
We are pleased to see plans underway to build 45 new quality homes (including 22 affordable homes) and accommodation for up to 5 people with autism in the Ward. The redevelopment of the Carter and Son Scrap Metal And Breakers Yard, on Aldershot Road, Worplesdon, was approved by Guildford Borough Council in October 2017.
During the weekend of 10th-11th November, Surrey experienced some severe weather which resulted in flooded highways, flooded gardens and in some instances property flooding.
Attended Guildford BC Scrutiny Committee this evening. Various questions were fielded to the Lead Member for Economic Development, and consideration was also given to the operation of the Leisure Management Contract. Cllr Dennis Paul