Monthly Archives: February 2014

Battlebridge primary school gets the go-ahead

Surrey County Council yesterday gave planning permission to the new primary school proposed for Battlebridge Lane in north Redhill. The proposal has been highly controversial, largely because of the lack of transparency over how the site was selected and the Councils’ extraordinary failure to communicate openly with local councillors and residents. Last November, the Reigate […]

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Battlebridge primary school: decision day 26 Feb

The controversial proposal to build a primary school on Battlebridge Lane will go to Surrey County Council planning committee tomorrow, Wednesday 26 February. A number of residents have asked for advice about how to attend and object.

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Green councillors take part in YMCA Sleep Easy event

Councillors Sarah Finch and Bryn Truscott are taking part in Reigate and Redhill YMCA’s Sleep Easy event next weekend. They will sleep under the stars for one night to highlight the issue of  youth homelessness and raise funds to support the YMCA’s work with young homeless people. Sponsor Sarah and Bryn now Monies raised will […]

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Can we talk about climate change now?

Everyone is talking about the floods so here is our contribution. Our hearts go out to everyone whose lives are being devastated by the current floods. I am sure we all welcome the Prime Minister’s promise to everything he can to help, both with the relief effort and in building a more resilient country for […]

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Redhill Landfill smell: an update and FAQs from the Environment Agency

For the past month, Redhill residents and people further afield have been suffering from the horrible smell from the Biffa landfill site east of the town centre. As well as the unpleasantness of breathing stinky air, people have complained of impacts ranging from nausea and headaches to lost house buyers. We have liaised with the […]

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