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St Mary’s Wharf Cuts Building Height But ‘Still Too Big’ Says Objectors

By Hugh Coakley Developers for the St Mary’s Wharf proposal at the former Debenham’s site in Guildford town centre have bowed to pressure from opponents to the scale of the…

Photo Feature: River Mayhem Returns With The Annual Raft Race

By Hugh Coakley There was mayhem on the River Wey again this year for the annual raft race, back again after a break since 2019 due to Covid. Guildford Lions…

Fuel At More Than £2 Per Litre Hits Guildford But Motorists ‘Just Have to Pay Out’

By Hugh Coakley A new fuel price high was seen in Guildford today (Thursday, June 30) with diesel at 208.9p a litre and unleaded petrol at 195.9p a litre in…

Almost 1 in 3 Eligible Households Have Yet to Apply for £150 Energy Rebate

By Martin Giles At least 9,000 households in Guildford borough have yet to apply for a £150 energy rebate available to those in council tax bands A to E. But…

People in Surrey Still Waiting for Autism Assessment After Four Years

By Julie Armstrong local democracy reporter People in Surrey have been waiting since 2018 for an autism assessment as more than 3,500 sit on the waiting list. Just over 2,200…

Developers Announcement of New Houses for East Horsley Labelled ‘Premature’

By Martin Giles A proposed new housing development for over 100 homes in East Horsley would be named Ada Gardens, a name inspired by Ada, Countess of Lovelace, regarded as…

Will Legal Opinion on Ash’s Absent Councillors Be Received in Time to Hold By-elections?

By Martin Giles Ash Parish Council (APC) is unlikely to receive a legal opinion on the status of the two absent councillors Tony and Helen Gorham until the autumn, around…

Project Team ‘Disappointed’ With SoS Decision to Slash M25 J10 Environmental Mitigation

By Hugh Coakley A government agency project team managing the controversial M25 Junction 10 scheme has taken the unusual step of publicly disagreeing with the Secretary of State’s decision to…

Ash Road Bridge Project: GBC Tests the Market as Costs Soar

By David Reading Guildford Borough Council is about to put the Ash road bridge project out to tender in order to “test the market”, acknowledging that the cost of the…

Guildford Businesses Gather To Go Sustainable

By Hugh Coakley Businesses around Guildford and enterprises met up today (Monday, June 27) to hear about the soon to be launched Sustainable Business Network (SBN), and crucially about funding…

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