Month: March 2012

Parking reforms & market days, as @MaryPortas’ plan approved cc @grantshapps

This article appeared today in http://www.thisismoney.co.uk entitled Parking reforms and market days on the way as Mary Portas’ plan approved – but supermarkets escape out-of-town veto. Britain’s struggling High Streets are to receive a multimillion-pound funding boost as the Government…

Surrey businesses complain over parking consultation

This article was published by the BBC in June last year. Business and community leaders have made a formal complaint to Surrey County Council about its consultation process over on-street parking charges. Shirley Cox, of Reigate Business Guild, said people…

@SurreyCouncil’s constitution

From Surrey County Council’s Constitution PART 1 SUMMARY AND EXPLANATION The Council’s Constitution Surrey County Council has agreed a constitution which sets out how the Council operates, how decisions are made and the procedures which are followed to ensure that…

Parking stories from across Surrey

Today, This is Surrey reports that Leatherhead residents are angry over parking permit increase. DRIVERS are incensed after the council hiked the cost of residential parking permits by 75 per cent. Residents of Church Walk in Leatherhead, an alleyway off…

No Democracy at Surrey Council

Dear Action Group, We are a group of residents neighbouring the new Witley CRC and reading your account in the local paper, and the letters, was like déjà vu for us. For three years we have suffered the sort of…

And here’s the Haslemere parking protest photo from @SurreyAd

Here we are, the discourteous and inappropriately behaving people of Haslemere, at least in the eyes of the Local Committee (Waverley). The photograph, spotted on Twitter, is courtesy of the Surrey Advertiser. They wrote: And here’s the Haslemere Parking protest…

Haslemere parking row rumbles on via @GetSurrey

Amy Taylor of The Surrey Advertiser is the author of an article published today entitled: Haslemere parking row rumbles on. On the front page of the Surrey Advertiser the article appears with the heading: Victory in protest over unpopular parking…