Category: Residents

Chestnut Avenue Car Park 12 month review on agenda for next week’s @WaverleyBC’s Executive meeting

The Waverley Borough Council Executive meets next week on 5th November. Here is the agenda. Item 14: STATION LANE AND CHESTNUT AVENUE CAR PARKS – 12 MONTH REVIEW At its meeting of 2 October 2012 the Executive received a report…

Deadline to speak at Wey Hill car park inquiry is next Friday

Front page article in this week’s Haslemere Herald, Car park inquiry deadline looms PEOPLE opposed to Wey Hill fairground becoming a permanent pay-and-display car park must notify the planning inspectorate by next Friday if they want to speak at the…

Parking permits take-up poor

An article in this week’s Haslemere Herald, Parking permits take-up poor. JUST one person has taken up a £50 parking permit scheme for Haslemere’s High Street car park. The trial scheme, set up to run for 12 months initially, allows…

@HaslemereVision minutes from their transport working group

Yesterday there was a workshop organised by Haslemere Vision with presentations from Planning Aid, a member of the Vision group regarding the most recent census and SCC Councillor, Nikki Barton. The aim of the meeting was to understand what can…

Petition to remove the short stay signs from The Fairground #WeyHill

Last week, a Wey Hill shopkeeper reported that new signs had appeared in The Fairground. The signs restrict access to four hours and introduce a penalty of £70. The shopkeepers in Wey Hill are distributing a petition to remove the…

This week’s Haslemere Herald: Motorists being taken for a ride

The Haslemere Herald leads this week with an article Motorists being taken for a ride. CLAIMS that Waverley motorists are being treated like “cash cows” have been triggered by a RAC report revealing the borough council generated a £2.2m surplus…

Haslemere Herald front page: Parking permit plan gets thumbs up

Front page article in this week’s Haslemere Herald is entitled: Parking permit plan gets thumbs up. Haslemere traders welcomed Waverley’s decision this week to introduce a trial pre-payment shoppers’ parking permit scheme to help boost business. But they questioned whether…

Transcription, @WaverleyBC Executive – shoppers’ parking permit scheme trial for Haslemere High Street (Waitrose) car park

Yesterday evening, WBC’s Executive agreed a Haslemere shoppers’ pilot scheme of an annual season ticket for £50 to park in the High Street (Waitrose) car park between 3pm and 5.30pm, Mondays – Wednesday,  with a quarterly review. This was during…