MP Calls for Residents to be compensated for the stink

Merstham’s MP Crispin Blunt has called for Redhill Landfill operator Biffa to compensate residents for the on-going stink

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New recycling and refuse service moves a step closer

Coming Summer 2012 – New easy way for Merstham residents to recycle more rubbish directly from their homes moved a step closer with the arrival of the first new refuse vehicles.

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Merstham High Street repaired rather than replaced

Missing Royal British Legion bench has been repaired and restored by local councillor after it with damaged and condemned as irreparable.

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Merstham shared garden scheme to be launched

Raven Housing Trust is launching a shared garden scheme in Merstham that matches people with under-used gardens to gardeners

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Volunteers help clean up Furzefield Woods

Merstham residents joined by volunteers from far and wide to help clear away rubbish dumped in Furzefield Woods.

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Council offer free Energy Efficiency events for local business

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council, in partnership with the Carbon Trust and Surrey Chambers of Commerce are offering local businesses free Energy Saving advice, Saving energy is one of the easiest ways for businesses to cut costs

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Surrey Fire and Rescue Service appeal for scrap cars

Firefighters are appealing for old cars to help them practice rescuing people from crashes. Surrey Fire and Rescue Service needs scrap vehicles to practice how to deal with collisions on the road.

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Nutfield Road Off-licence submit revised signage application

Reigate & Banstead Council planning department have received an application for revised signage to replace the unauthorised signs above the off-licence at 65 Nutfield Road.

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Car park goes green with new energy efficient lights

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.

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New Government moves quickly on local planning issues

The new Government has made key announcements in the past few weeks which have started to shift the balance of power in local planning decisions back towards local residents.

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