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  • Longcross Garden Village Slide 1
    Article: Nov 16, 2020

    We are pleased to be able to share the latest plans for the development of Longcross Garden Village (South). The following slides, prepared by Crest Nicholson and associates, were shared at a recent online presentation with interested parties. Please get in touch if you would like any further information on the plans.

  • Pumpkins
    Article: Oct 25, 2020

    A recent poll of 3,000 adults in the UK, carried out by the food charity Hubbub, revealed that of the 24m pumpkins likely to be bought this October, around half will be carved but the flesh not used. Hubbub has warned this will add to the UK's mountain of avoidable food waste.

    There are plenty of ways in which we can all do our part to have a greener halloween and we want to encourage everyone to not throw away the innards of your pumpkins. We understand that this year has been a tough one and while we want people to take every opportunity to celebrate, it is important that we also bear in mind our environmental commitments at the same time.

  • LibDems at County Hall
    Article: Oct 16, 2020

    Following a motion by the Lib Dems, Surrey County Council unanimously agreed to introduce 'school streets' in Surrey with the aim of encouraging active travel, improving air quality and promoting road safety.

    A school street is where the road outside a school is closed to motor vehicles during school drop-off and pick-up times except for those residents living in that street.

  • LibDems at County Hall
    Article: Oct 15, 2020

    At County Council yesterday, Surrey's Leader, Cllr Tim Oliver ensured his group voted against the Lib Dem motion calling for a much-needed reconciliation with the Boroughs and Districts with whom a relationship of trust had completely broken down. In his speech the Lib Dem Leader Cllr Chris Botten outlined how the recent perceived 'power grab' by the county council, by unilaterally pursuing its ambition of a single unitary authority, had severely damaged relations with the eleven borough and district councils of all colours, who had been side-lined by their action.

  • Don Whyte 2019
    Article: Oct 1, 2020
    By Don Whyte - Group Leader, Runnymede Liberal Democrats

    Is it that the Conservative administration are concerned with having to actually do something about Climate Change, and addressing environmental issues? Or is it simply the fact that the Conservative Party do not get Climate Change? This Governments' target of 2050 for being carbon neutral suggests a bit of both.