Reigate & Banstead Council residents wishing to raise an issue or concern or have their views heard on a council matter or policy, can now create and sign “No.10” style ePetitions online via the Reigate & Banstead Council Website’s ePetitions service.Full Story »
The Council sent over 58,000 registration forms to household in the Borough as part of the annual electoral canvass which runs from September to November. Residents are urged to fill in and return their forms quickly, or take advantage of the facility to complete the form online or by mobile phone. If people do not respond the Council has to spend council tax funds sending further letters and visiting homes individually.Full Story »
As part of Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s commitment to reduce energy consumption, new low emission energy saving lights have being installed at Clarendon Road car park.
Contractors have replace the old fluorescent lighting tubes with new energy saving, efficient lights, which also give out a whiter, brighter light than the old ones.
Merstham residents are being encouraged to help police ‘Beat the Burglar’ through the use of forensic marking products as part of a new campaign that will run throughout September.
The campaign aims to give crime reduction advice for members of the public and businesses and target offenders to deter them from committing offences.
Running for the bus could be a thing of the past thanks to Surrey County Council’s new mobile phone text service. Bus users can now find out how long until the next three services are away by texting a unique bus stop code to 84268.Full Story »
The historic Town Hall in Reigate & Banstead is opening its doors to the public as part of Heritage Open Days weekend, which, will be taking place across the borough, between Thursday 9th and Sunday 12th September, offering free access to medieval underground caves, historic listed buildings, museums and churches.Full Story »
Do you know someone, or a local group, who litter-picks their local area, makes a special contribution to conserving the borough’s landscape or works hard to improve the local environment for the benefit of everyone? Then why not nominate them for a Love Where You Live Award?Full Story »
Merstham resident Martin King has taken advantage of Surrey County Council’s online ePetition service to call for urgent road repairs on Delabole Road in Merstham.Full Story »
The next Merstham Police Neighbourhood Panel meeting will be held on Wednesday 15th September at 7.30pm in the Merstham Community Facility, 44 Portland Drive.
The Merstham Neighbourhood Panel is your opportunity as residents to meet with your Local Councillors, Safer Neighbourhood Policing Team and other Local Representatives to discuss issues or concerns you may have.
Merstham parents can now submit 2011 school places applications online for local Surrey school.
Parents have until the 31 October 2010 to apply for secondary schools places or until the 15 January 2011 for primary, infant and junior schools places.