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Recommendation for Guildford to Consider Congestion Charging

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter A congestion charge could be coming to Guildford as the council looks at ways to reduce traffic and raise money to support sustainable travel.…

Updated: Man Dies After Being Struck by HGV on Farnham Road

A pedestrian has died after being struck by an HGV near the western end of Farnham Road, in the early hours of Friday morning (September 23). At around 3.40am, officers…

50 Businesses And Enterprises At Sustainable Network Launch

Around 50 owners, managers and entrepreneurs from local businesses and enterprises attended the launch of Guildford’s Sustainable Business Network (SBN) on September 14 at Zero Carbon Guildford to hear how…

Notice: Fairlands Practice Patient Participation Group Meeting. Friday, October 7

The agenda for the meeting 6.15pm doors open. 6.30pm Welcome by Richard Broughton, Fairlands Practice Patient Participation Group chair. Who is theFPPPG and what is its purpose? 6.35pm The Fairlands Practice…

Borough Council Leader Resigns As Planned, Leadership Passes Back to Liberal Democrats

By Martin Giles Joss Bigmore has resigned as leader of Guildford Borough Council. The anticipated announcement came at a council meeting last night. The change of leadership was agreed over…

Ockhamite Diary: Growing Gardeners and Naughty Names

A sidelong glance at the world from Tony Edwards… How do your gardeners grow? I‘ve found a new gardener who not only seems to know what he’s doing but also…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.263

By Malcolm Fincham A change in the weather had occurred, coinciding with the turn of the page of my calendar, as we entered the first days of September and the metrological…

Council Settles With Developer Over Damage to Stoke Park Oak Trees

A settlement has been reached between Guildford Borough Council over two oak trees in Stoke Park allegedly damaged during the construction of Guilden Village. The council ordered that they be…

Letter: We Felt Pressurised to Move Off the Edgeley Site

From: James Adams In response to: Edgeley Park Residents Continue to Hope They Will Not Be Made Homeless We were at Edgeley Park for 11 years. We left in January…

Families ‘in Limbo’ as Council Fails to Set Up School Transport

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter Nearly 150 families have been left “in limbo” and facing additional stress without school transport as Surrey County Council deals with more than 500…