Category: Surrey County Council

Another Herald letter: Until we have REAL facts, it would be irresponsible to go ahead with such a project.

This is another letter that appeared in this week’s Herald. Sir I wish I could be amused by the misinformation and backroom negotiations being used in recent weeks by the Conservative party to try to push through their beloved MSCP. …

Herald letter: Do the 1% of residents who have sent their YES to @jeremy_hunt, realise what they have agreed to?

This letter appeared in the Herald this week. Dear Sir Cllr Mulliner’s view is that a multi-storey car park is the only way forward for Haslemere (Haslemere Herald, 17th January 2014).  His MSCP, accompanied by residential on street parking controls,…

Letter in last week’s Herald re MSCP in #Haslemere

This letter appeared in the Haslemere Herald on 7th January 2014 Sir, The MSCP proposal has become a runaway train.  It threatens to fatally rip into the heart of Haslemere with a building that at 160m long would be large…

Letter to Jeremy Hunt re MSCP with Transport Minister in cc

This e-mail was sent to Jeremy Hunt last weekend re the multi-storey car park, with Patrick McLoughlin in cc. Jeremy Hunt, MP for South West Surrey By e-mail to: jeremy.hunt.mp@parliament.uk 12th January 2014 Dear Jeremy I have read your new…

@SurreyCouncil’s cycling strategy. Please give feedback.

Surrey County Council is carrying out a public consultation in preparation for the development of a cycle strategy for the county.  More information about the strategy can be found here. Improved cycling provision has been a priority identified during the…

@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…

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…