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Newsletter - Sat 16 Mar, 2024

In this issue

  • Plans to lengthen the windows at Reigate’s former HSBC, to make the building better suited for retail use, have been refused by the borough council.

  • Gatton Park Road has reopened, but a further closure will be needed at some point “in the coming months”.

  • Surrey is to get more devolved powers from the Government.

In brief

  • Surrey Police are warning homeowners with bronze statues or sculptures outside their homes to take precautions after thefts across Surrey and Sussex - tips from them here (Opens in a new window).

  • On 22 June Redhill will host a local heat of Young Market Trader of the Year 2024.  Run by the National Market Traders Federation, the national competition is for traders aged 16-30.  It’s free to enter, and entrants will get a pitch, a gazebo and insurance for the day.  Places are limited - application details from the borough council here (Opens in a new window).

  • The M25 is closed this weekend until 6am on Monday (18 March) between Junctions 10 (A3 Wisley) and 11 (A320 Chertsey Interchange). Details from National Highways here (Opens in a new window).

Plans to change windows at former bank refused by borough council

  • How things looked when the bank occupied the site (Google)

Plans to lengthen the windows at the former HSBC at 18 High Street, Reigate, to make the building more suitable for retailers, were refused this week by Reigate & Banstead Borough Council.

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